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WESTFIELD, Maine — For the small Central Aroostook town of Westfield, canceling its meeting was hardly an option — it had a budget to pass and an important revaluation plan to approve.
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It was an emotional farewell for Easton Junior/Senior High School’s close-knit group of 18 seniors, brought together for the first time in three months for an in-person graduation ceremony on Friday.
There will not be any traditional concerts, fairs or festivals in Presque Isle this summer because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Yet, that is not stopping food trucks from making appearances all over Presque Isle’s Main Street.
The towns in the area surrounding East Grand Lake in southern Aroostook County and northern Washington County have received a community broadband planning grant from ConnectMaine Authority, a state agency tasked with improving public access to broadband service.
Though the COVID-19 pandemic kept Fort Fairfield High School’s Class of 2020 students from spending their final months of school together, they and their family and community members took full advantage of alternative celebrations leading up to and during their graduation ceremony.
For the second time in two months, the RSU 29 board of directors have looked within for their next administrative leader.
The SAD 70 school board approved a revised budget on Monday after the district learned it would receive a bit more money from the state.
Cars packed the Caribou High School parking lot as 93 seniors in the Class of 2020 held a socially distanced, outdoor graduation ceremony in the school’s parking lot on Sunday.