Thursday, August 6, 2020

BREAKING: Rt 1 Motor Vehicle Accident By Downeast Shut Down In Rockport

Update Rt 1 reopen, fire units clear. 
Update: Rt. 1 is open to one lane.
Breaking: Rockport, Maine - Due to a motor vehicle accident on Rt 1, shut down, by Down East Magazine on Thursday, August 6th, 2020 in Rockport, Maine.

This accident involves 3 vehicles.

Earlier today there was a multi-vehicle accident by North Pond Rd. and Rt. 1 in Warren, Maine that involved Life Flight being called.

Tuesday, May 19, 2020

BREAKING: Fire, Police On Scene Of Route 17 By South Union Rd Serious Accident

BREAKING: Union, Maine - Fire, police are on scene of Rt. 17 by South Union Rd. (131) serious motor vehicle accident involving a logging truck Tuesday evening, May 19th, 2020 in Union, Maine.

Transporting one emergency, no transport of the passenger.

Sunday, May 10, 2020

Breaking: Area Departments Battling 287 Green acre Rd Lincolnville Fire

10:39am Update: Fire is knocked down, mopping up.
10:25am Update: Command is requesting an engine from Searsmont.
Breaking: Lincolnville, Maine - Area fire departments battling fully inlvoved 287 Greenacre Rd one story, trailer, structural fire on Sunday, May 10th, 2020 in Lincolnville, Maine.

Thursday, May 7, 2020

Mills Administration Secures Major COVID-19 Testing Expansion for Maine

State of Maine partners with IDEXX to more than triple its testing capacity

Governor Janet Mills announced today that her Administration has secured a major expansion of COVID-19 testing for the State of Maine. The Administration has partnered with Maine-based IDEXX Laboratories, Inc. to purchase enough of the company’s recently authorized COVID-19 testing kits to more than triple the State’s testing capacity. The breakthrough will soon allow anyone in Maine suspected of having COVID-19 to receive a test.

IDEXX, a worldwide leader in animal

Friday, May 1, 2020

Governor Mills to Maine People: “We will not give up on each other.”

As Maine enters Stage 1 of the Governor’s Restarting Maine’s Economy Plan today, Governor Janet Mills spoke directly to the people of Maine today to tell them that, although times are tough, Maine people will persevere and will not give up on each other:

“This virus is testing the limits of our patience, the limits of our economic stability, the limits of our state’s health and endurance. In this, our 200th year, let us stand up to show the world who we are; let’s show them that, no matter the challenge, no matter the difficulty, we will persevere. Let’s keep talking. […],” Governor Mills said.

“Let’s work harder than ever in these next few