Today is Friday. Temperatures will be in the mid-40s to high 50s from north to south, with a chance for snow and rain in the north and breezy throughout the state. Here’s what we’re talking about in Maine today.
Another Mainer has died and 403 more coronavirus cases were reported across the state on Thursday, according to the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention. That brings the statewide death toll to 769. Check out our COVID-19 Tracker for more information.
Bangor’s Community Connector bus system is suspending its service because of a positive coronavirus case and related exposures to bus employees.
The Brewer treatment plant’s pumps became clogged with wet wipes, rags and other debris, sending about 1.2 million gallons of untreated wastewater into the river in 2018.
Holden brothers sue Northern Light over data breach they claim left them vulnerable to identity theft
The brothers claims Northern Light violated Maine law by sharing personal health care information with a South Carolina company for fundraising purposes without prior permission.
In 1962, 107 soldiers, including three Mainers, lost their lives in a mysterious plane crash in the Pacific Ocean.
The case holds that beach land between the high-water and low-water marks should be available for public use, which conflicts with a 1987 court ruling that stripped the public’s right to beaches throughout the state for harvesting and recreation.
Edison Liu, 69, guided The Jackson Laboratory in Bar Harbor through huge growth, including an in-progress $240 million mouse reproduction facility in a former Lowe’s in Ellsworth.
“The basic premise of this bill is recognizing that individuals should have the right hunt on their own property on Sunday and the right to grant permission to others,” said Republican state Sen. Jeff Timberlake of Turner, who is sponsoring one of the bills.
ND Paper said Thursday that it has started an unbleached recycled pulp line at its Old Town mill that will produce 200 metric tons of pulp a day and create 20 jobs.
Tammy Landeen, 44, expects to be even better prepared for the World Cup than she was for her debut in international bobsledding two years ago, thanks to an intensive, 10-day training camp she recently completed with the Adaptive Training Foundation near Dallas.