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This poem corresponds to a moment where I realized that I was sweating crimson when working and wearing a naturally dyed turmeric shirt. We were a month or so into the pandemic and the metaphors and symbols were too good not to acknowledge. It was…

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Despite safety guidelines that have made listing and showing properties more challenging in recent months, the real estate market is doing well, according to Dorothea “Dolly” Perkins.

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Steven Lovejoy does home repairs and maintenance, roofing, painting, snow removal, mowing and pretty much everything else. Lovejoy describes the impact of COVID-19 on his contracting business.

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Being a senior in high school, a grocery store employee or a firefighter is a tough job anytime, to say nothing of during the time of COVID-19. Eric Bennett, 18, of Dexter is all three.

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Massage therapist Donna Kraft-Smith was one of many Mainers taken by surprise at the gravity of the COVID-19 pandemic. With her practice and school closed as non-essential businesses, Kraft-Smith continues trying to work with students and keep her…

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Writer Sheila Grant interviews a pet food and supplies store employee about what it’s like to be an essential worker.

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The team at Northern Light Mayo Hospital is getting ready for COVID-19, and they could use our help and support.

Sheila Grant talks with Marie Vienneau, president of North Light Mayo Hospital, and Dr. David McDermott about social distancing, hand…

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Life has changed dramatically for families in the Piscataquis region, and around the globe.

Writer Sheila Grant profiles Christi Pingree, a behavioral health professional who took a leave of absence when her children's school closed.
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