College is starting back up in a couple weeks and that means students will be back on campuses. Here’s Megan Cole with what the plan is for The University of Maine Fort Kent and the University of Maine Presque Isle.
While some businesses have struggled or folded entirely as a result of Covid. One county based business has actually grown by providing a valuable service to people in need throughout this pandemic. Shawn Cunningham reports in this week’s County Business Report.
More fallout from the domestic terror attack on the capitol last week. Now a new storm is brewing involving big tech companies and social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter. Conservatives are now saying the first amendment right of free speech is under attack and these platforms are imposing censorship. Shawn Cunningham reports...
Jim Britt is the director of communications for the department of agriculture, conservation and forestry and says that the pandemic has contributed to more people getting out and visiting parks and historic sites. He adds that they’re already preparing for the upcoming year.
The department, which oversee the Maine State Police and the Capitol Police, took action after the FBI alerted local police that armed protests were being planned at every state capital in the United States