Northern Maine Community College Opens First One Button Studio in Maine
Aroostook County - Lights, camera, action has never been so simple! Thanks to a $10,000 grant, a new learning environment will be open in the E. Perrin Edmunds Library at Northern Maine Community College.
TAMC Nurse to Compete in Can-Am Sled Dog Race
Aroostook County - Life is anything but boring these days for TAMC nurse Jessica Holmes. Aside from her full-time job caring for patients at The County’s largest medical center, she is working hard to prepare two sled dog teams to compete in the upcoming Can-Am Crown Sled Dog Races in Fort Kent on February 28.
Hope and Justice Project Offers “Show the Love” Sessions at TAMC
Aroostook County – Staff at TAMC are taking on a serious issue: learning how to deal with situations involving domestic abuse and violence through a special training series conducted by TAMC leadership and Hope and Justice Project called “Show the Love.”
Community General Hospital Legacy Project Advances in Fort Fairfield
Fort Fairfield - The committee working on a series of projects designed to celebrate the history of healthcare in Fort Fairfield is developing plans for a healing garden on the footprint where two sections of the former Community General Hospital once stood. In addition, the group of area residents and TAMC officials is planning for a permanent exhibit of photographs and artifacts that depict t
King Honored as 2014 Friend of the Farm Bureau
AUGUSTA, ME – Today, the Maine Farm Bureau, along with the American Farm Bureau Federation, recognized U.S. Senator Angus King (I-Maine) with its 2014 Friend of the Farm Bureau Award. At an event held in the Maine Farm Bureau office in Augusta, Jon Olsen, Executive Director of the Maine Farm Bureau, presented Senator King with the award, which is presented to members of Congress in honor of their
Another Holiday, Another Storm; Emera Maine Readies Crews, Resources as Blizzard Treks Toward Maine
Bangor, Maine — On the cusp of a busy weekend with Valentine’s Day, President’s Day on Monday and the beginning of school vacation week, Mainers are facing the potential for a powerful Nor’easter during a winter that has already seen record snowfall in some areas. Emera Maine is once again standing by, ready to respond should the weather interrupt electric service.
TAMC and C-A-N-C-E-R benefit from Giving Spirit of County Girl Scout Troop
Aroostook County – A County Girl Scout Troop learned that giving is fun and meaningful by sharing some cheer with young patients at TAMC and a central Aroostook non-profit organization that support cancer patients and their families.
VIP Donates $24,700 to Make-A-Wish Maine
LEWISTON, MAINE — February 12, 2015 — VIP Tires & Service, based in Lewiston, Maine, announced today it raised $24,700 for Make-A-Wish® during its seventh annual Season of Wishes Initiative. Every Maine VIP store participated in the effort, which encourages customer donations during the months of November and December and helps raise awareness for the Make-A-Wish mission to grant the wishes of
TAMC Invites Community to Participate in Annual “Red Dress Race and Polar Dip”
Aroostook County - For the second year running, the TAMC family is opening up one of their family winter carnival to their extended family: the local community. Competitors will have the opportunity to either dash in freezing temperatures or dive into freezing water for a chance to win cash prizes.
North Lakes Fire Department Receives 4th SHAPE Award for Safety from Maine Bureau of Labor
Chief Darren R. Woods stated that North Lakes Fire & Rescue has received its fourth award for workplace safety from the Maine Bureau of Labor.