U.S. Senators Susan Collins and Angus King and Representative Jared Golden announced that the Aroostook Agency on Aging has received a total of $88,895 from the new National Community Care Corps program to help family caregivers, older adults, and persons with disabilities in Maine with the assistance of local volunteers.
Driver training is taking on a whole new look, as instructors implement social distancing and work to sanitize equipment between students. Kathy McCarty speaks with teachers about how classes are being adapted due to concerns over Covid-19.
Although it is summer vacation, Schools Administrators are using the time to come up with a safe plan for students to return to school in the fall. News Source 8’s Tom Dufton finds out what schools might look like in the fall when students return.
he Mills Administration today posted additional COVID-19 Prevention Checklists for businesses and activities to voluntarily resume as part of Stage 3 of the Administration’s Restarting Maine’s Economy Plan .
In this week's edition of Aroostook Community Matters, we highlight Aroostook Mental Health Center, and the various mental and behavioral health, substance use, and recovery services they provide in supporting the community.
Fort Fairfield police have made an arrest in finding the person or persons responsible for multiple reports of vandalism in the community...that's according to the Fort Fairfield Police Department Facebook page.
Catholic Charities Maine is going throughout The County offering food boxes to members of the community. News Source 8’s Tom Dufton spoke with their Hunger and Relief Services Program Director about the food drive, here is his story.
Families mourning the loss of a stillborn infant can grieve together longer thanks to Northern Light AR Gould Hospital’s new CuddleCot, a small cooling device that extends the length of time that parents can spend with their baby.