Good morning. Temperatures will be in the mid-50s to the low 60s from north to south, with a chance for rain throughout the state.
Here’s what we’re talking about in Maine today.
–“I grabbed my broken femur and shoved it back into where I thought it was supposed to be,” Casey Streeter continued. Blood was pouring out of his leg after a log truck claw closed on it during a worksite accident, and the Maine boxer thought he was going to die.
Now, more than eight months later, he’s getting back in the ring.
–“Sleeping Beauties,” the 2017 novel co-written by King and his son, Owen King, will be developed into a TV series by AMC. Owen King will write a pilot script for the network.
Then “Rest Stop,” a short story written by Stephen King that was first published in the December 2003 issue of Esquire magazine, will be adapted into a film by Alex Ross Perry.
–Paul Naron, who owns property that connects two key elements of the walk, has placed the property on the market, raising the stakes in his conflict with city officials over contract zoning for the parcel.
–Volunteers clad in orange T-shirts removed 4.27 tons of trash from Belfast’s byways last year. Organizers of this year’s cleanup — which is slated for May 4 — hope that less refuse has accumulated in the past year. But they are ready to do whatever it takes.
–Jake Feener of Patten carried a GoPro camera for the BDN as he and his crew paddled their way through the rapids at Six Mile Falls in the 53rd Kenduskeag Stream Canoe Race.
In other news …
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