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Western Maine Transportation Services to resume services with masks, social distancing(0)

May 27, 2020

Western Maine Transportation Services is pleased to announce resumption of previous services and new pilot services. WMTS will be maintaining precautions to keep riders and drivers safe from COVID-19. The organization is requesting use of face coverings and will be working to maintain social distancing as well as regularly cleaning high-touch surfaces. Please watch the […]

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Touch of Class thrift shops planning soft opening for June 1

Three Touch of Class stores will be open Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The stores will not be opened on weekends at this point. Other modifications have been made for the safety of shoppers and workers, staying in compliance with all state requirements. Per state orders: face coverings will be required […]

Farmington D plans for expansion

FARMINGTON – Rachel Jackson, owner of restaurant Farmington D, will be giving the 1950s themed restaurant an authentic addition: a renovated rail car diner from the same time period. Jackson, who has owned two other Maine restaurants, will be incorporating pieces from the original Farmington Diner, which she had moved to her property in 2008 […]

UMF offers Maine high school students tuition-free Early College courses this summer

FARMINGTON – Looking for a head start at college? This summer the University of Maine at Farmington is offering tuition-free Early College courses to eligible high school students in Maine. Early College is a program through a partnership with the Maine Department of Education that allows high school and home schooled students to earn college […]


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