Today is Monday. Temperatures will be in the high 20s to high 30s from north to south, with a chance of snow showers. and cloudy skies across the state Here’s what we’re talking about in Maine today.
Another 130 coronavirus cases were reported across the state on Sunday and no new deaths, according to the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention. The death toll statewide remains at 658. Check out our COVID-19 Tracker for more information.
The U.S. stood Sunday at the brink of a once-unthinkable tally: 500,000 people lost to the coronavirus. That surpasses the number of people who died in 2019 of chronic lower respiratory diseases, stroke, Alzheimer’s, flu and pneumonia combined.
It could be a while before life at long-term care facilities returns to normal.
Here are our best predictions for some of the pandemic changes that likely will become everyday facts of life for Maine.
It took only hours for Republican activists in Maine to criticize U.S. Sen. Susan Collins after she voted last weekend to convict former President Donald Trump on an impeachment charge. But the argument facing the Maine Republican Party was years in the making.
Outdoor dining has become increasingly popular during the pandemic, and a few restaurants at the mall area already have the space to offer it.
After nearly 30 years of making kimchi, bulgogi and japchae for countless friends all over Maine, Bangor resident Changsu Kristopher Lee is ready to bring his homemade Korean dishes to his new restaurant, Korean Dad.
More Maine towns consider becoming 2nd Amendment sanctuaries, even as how it would be enforced remains unclear
Red flag laws, invasive gun registration initiatives and a growing fear of proposed legislative firearms restrictions have spawned a burgeoning Second Amendment sanctuary movement intent on preserving the “right to keep and bear arms.”
It may seem counterintuitive to use snow to warm yourself, but it could be a lifesaver.
In 1925, Togo led his master 261 miles through harsh weather to transport lifesaving diphtheria serum to the people of Nome, Alaska.
It’s a scary world out there, especially if you’re a deer and it seems like everything is out to eat you.