Today is Monday. Temperatures will in the low to high 40s from north to south, with a chance for rain throughout the state. Here’s what we’re talking about in Maine today.
Another 295 coronavirus cases were reported across the state on Sunday, according to the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention. No new deaths were reported, leaving the statewide death toll at 745. Check out our COVID-19 Tracker for more information.
The next six weeks will be crucial for Maine to contain a rising level of COVID-19 transmission that is happening just before all adults become eligible for vaccinations and just weeks before the tourism season’s late-May start.
Mainers are going door to door in under 35 minutes, including a 15-minute observation period.
Apps often list restaurants without their permission, use outdated menus and take up to 30 percent of an order’s cost.
The state has used less than 2 percent of the federal aid dedicated to helping Maine renters and will likely not come close to using all of the money.
It was a disastrous event that town officials and statewide experts called an “act of God.”
As municipal law enforcement agencies throughout Maine struggle with maintaining full rosters, some are finding that low morale or even turmoil within their ranks are contributing to the instability.
Caribou and Stockholm students will have a chance to chat with NASA astronaut and Aroostook County native Jessica Meir on April 13.
The institute will offer students associates degrees and workforce certificates starting in the fall.
This coyote came across a bait pile in Meddybemps and was quick to spread the word.
In other Maine news …
New Jersey family rescued after getting stranded atop icy Tumbledown Mountain
Severely hypothermic hiker rescued from remote stretch of Appalachian Trail
Duo accused of stealing mail from 3 southern Maine towns
Acadia National Park preparing to open 27-mile Park Loop Road
Bangor man to be tried for fatal parking lot stabbing as jury trials resume in Maine
Portland man who fatally shot sister’s boyfriend asks Maine’s high court to set aside conviction