Today is Tuesday. Temperatures will be in the low to mid-50s, cloudy skies and a chance for rain throughout the state. Here’s what we’re talking about in Maine.
The latest data on COVID-19 from the weekend will be released by the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention by 9:30 a.m. today. Check out our tracker for more information.
The state reported that there were 223 Mainers hospitalized with the coronavirus on Monday — just 12 fewer than the record number of people who were hospitalized in September.
The York Hospital in Wells has temporarily halted its emergency services, due to ongoing staff shortages. The hospital will continue to offer urgent care services seven days a week, from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Staff vaccination rate for Waldo County school district jumps significantly after having one of Maine’s lowest
The numbers reported in September ranged from zero percent at Walker Memorial School in Liberty to 42.9 percent at Mt. View Middle School in Thorndike.
A committee rejected a slew of bills aimed at preventing vaccination mandates, all along party lines.
The Mainers who have received additional doses so far account for about 5.5 percent of the state’s population.
That pool of money in the Maine Jobs & Recovery Plan is meant to address recruitment and retention.
Whether you plan to vote absentee, early or on Election Day next week, here is what you need to know about what is on the ballot and how to vote.
The charter amendment would allow Lincoln town councilors to approve capital improvement projects of $100,00 or more without voter approval.
Green crabs are eating their way through local shellfish and outcompeting native species.
Educators will have to drum up public support and battle teacher shortages and decades of discrimination against bilingual students.
It’s back to work this week for the Bangor High School football team.
The recoil of the rifle scope left a gash above Alexa Murphy’s left eye.
The adult cow had a large patch of white hair along her back, almost as though a blanket has been thrown over the top of it.