Covid 19 has had an impact on the wedding season. At a time of year when many would be tying the knot, they are having to social distance, limiting the amount of friends and family that can attend. Last night we told you how couples and their families are being affected, but they aren’t the only ones. Businesses are also struggling with the new guidelines. Megan Cole has more.
Unemployment is at all time high...both in Maine and reflecting what's happening around the country right now...a result of Covid-19. But as Shawn Cunningham reports, a local financial consultant has some tips and insights on how people can at least maintain their budgets while on coronavirus lockdown.
A freshman business is not just groundbreaking but BREAKING GLASS...literall, in hopes their products will help the venture BREAK INTO THE BLACK. But it all starts with having a sound business plan. Its this week's Aroostook 2020 with Shawn Cunningham.
Museums and galleries are more than just places to enjoy works of art. In this week's Aroostook 2020, Shawn Cunningham visited one art center that's become an important part of downtown revitalization.
U.S. Senator Susan Collins (R-ME) today voted to approve the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA). USMCA passed the Senate by an overwhelming, bipartisan majority of 89-10. It previously passed the House by a vote of 385-41 and now heads to the President’s desk to be signed into law.
U.S. Attorney Halsey B. Frank announced today that the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Maine collected over $19.8 million in civil, criminal and asset forfeiture actions in Fiscal Year (FY) 2019.
our workers fired from Google last week are planning to file a federal labor complaint against the company. They claim the company unfairly retaliated against them for organizing workers around social causes.
Getting more bang out of your buck. That's certainly a goal for most people living on a fixed income or living paycheck to paycheck. A not so new consumer trend is making a comeback for a new generation...couponing. Its the focus of this Financial Matters. Shawn Cunningham reports.
Monday we told you that EMERA MAINE IS BEING BOUGHT BY CANADIAN COMPANY, Enmax. Enmax will be paying 959 million dollars, plus they will be assuming Emera's debt, bringing the total to 1.3 billion dollars. Emera Maine President and COO Michael Herrin was in the County today. He says customers don't have to worry about any changes in service.
The United Way of Aroostook is making it easier for people to get their taxes done. Volunteers are in three locations around The County, ready to prepare returns. Kathy McCarty met with Executive Director Sherry Locke to find out who qualifies for the service.