How to make Thanksgiving special during a pandemic
Thanksgiving is going to be different this year. People might be away from family, and it could be very hard for them.
He finally got his chance to hunt a moose, but then he had a COVID scare
“When it comes to moose hunting, I’m beginning to think I’m a bad luck charm,” James Cote writes.
Here’s how to know exactly how much toilet paper your household needs
The calculator was designed to help people avoid the panic shopping and subsequent toilet paper shortages that followed stay at home orders issued last March at the start of the pandemic.
Maine ski areas are making big changes to open safely during pandemic
Last ski season ended abruptly in March as the pandemic swept across Maine and the country.
Everything you need to know about wearing masks
Wearing a mask is not only a good safety net to guard against your exposure to the coronavirus, but it also plays an essential role in preventing its spread to other people.
Maine CDC reports 28 new coronavirus cases in the state
Friday’s report brings the total number of coronavirus cases in Maine to 5,235.
What to do when mask wearing causes breakouts or rashes
For some folks, the constant mask-wearing is causing an unwanted side effect of facial skin breakouts or rashes.
This Castine couple has tiny living figured out, even during a pandemic
It could have been a recipe for disaster — two people and one very rambunctious rescue mixed breed hound named Phil working and living together in a very tiny space.
Still don’t have your unemployment benefits? Let us know.
We’d like to get a sense of how many people are still waiting — and for how long.
Here’s hoping the Eastern Maine Sportsmen’s Show returns in 2021
For many of us, the show has turned into a reunion of sorts, and is sometimes the only time each year that we’re able to touch base with friends and outdoors enthusiasts who live far from greater Bangor.
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