Today is Friday. The highs will be in the low single digits to high teens from north to south, with a bitter wind driving the mercury even lower and sunny skies across the state. Here’s what we’re talking about in Maine today.
Three more Mainers have died and another 1,384 coronavirus cases have been reported across the state, according to the Maine Center of Disease Control and Prevention. The statewide death toll now stands at 1,691. Check out our tracker for more information.
Bath is the fourth municipality in Maine to require people to wear masks indoors in an effort to contain the spreading coronavirus.
Maine’s largest hospitals welcomed members of the Maine National Guard on Thursday morning as part of the guard’s latest deployment to hospitals and nursing homes across the state to make up for staff shortages.’
The case is part of a growing number of labor lawsuits nationwide alleging coronavirus-related labor and employment violations.
The Thursday fire left a smoking heap of metal where the community gathering spot once stood.
ALEC allegedly violated laws prohibiting contributions more than $400 to legislative candidates by providing access to voter information and constituent engagement tracking software.
Susan Collins said it was “difficult to reconcile” the CIA’s findings with testimony from American officials who believe they were attacked.
That inventory shortage is a large part of what has driven up real estate prices over the past couple years.
Welcoming large cruise ships could generate up to $100,000 a year in passenger fees.
Husson University’s esports program is seen as a way to help prepare students for careers in game development and technology.
Eddington residents can now add ice-skating to their list of usual outdoor winter activities that they can do in town.
Belfast Code Enforcement Officer Steve Wilson is too aware of the worst that can happen when decrepit buildings are allowed to deteriorate.
When someone asked for a show of hands, only about a dozen people raised theirs to indicate they were against it.
The Patten Stream Preserve covers 41 acres along the east side of Patten Stream, just before it empties into Patten Bay.