Today is Monday. Temperatures will be in the low 20s to the low 30s from north to south, with sunny skies throughout much of the state. Here’s what we’re talking about in Maine today.
Another 189 coronavirus cases were reported across the state on Sunday and no new deaths, according to the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention. It’s the lowest daily increase in new cases Maine has seen in two months. The death toll now stands at 544. Check out our COVID-19 Tracker for more information.
George Stevens Academy in Blue Hill is switching to remote learning for two weeks after an outbreak of the coronavirus there and as 35 students and teachers are quarantining because of potential exposure.
The FAA warned Houlton in December it could face penalties because it allowed a building owned by a local businessman to be leased for non-aviation use.
The law allows authorities, with a judge’s permission, to confiscate weapons from people who pose a danger to themselves and others.
Older Mainers are ready for the isolation to end. But the wait for COVID-19 vaccine is ‘nerve-wracking.’
The end of isolation is in sight for Steven Whitney, 73, who became one of the first older Mainers to get a first COVID-19 vaccine dose.
The story of Elmer McCurdy is one of the most bizarre footnotes in 20th century history.
Even though Maine already has a number of ski resorts, ski industry experts said there’s likely room for another in the state.
That comes as opioid deaths are on track to increase during the pandemic.
“I am grateful there was such a smooth transition of power and I’m grateful for the unit I was able to go with and how efficient the mission went,” said 1st Lt. Ellen Morrison, who serves in the 251st Engineer Company.