Today is Wednesday. Temperatures will be in the high 60s with sunny skies throughout the state. Here’s what we’re talking about in Maine today.
Ten more Mainers died and 897 coronavirus cases were reported since the weekend, according to the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention. The statewide death toll now stands at 1,036. Check out our tracker for more information.
More than 1 million Mainers have now received at least one COVID-19 vaccine dose, a milestone that came after a rush early in the year and a summer lull with cases now raging mostly among the state’s unvaccinated population.
Nearly two dozen staff and inmates at the Penobscot County Jail have tested positive for COVID-19, Sheriff Troy Morton said Tuesday.
The divides have seemingly never been more present as Maine tries to address its worst health crisis in a century.
The centralization of the marketplace should make it easier for Mainers to see options easier.
That includes both direct and in-kind contributions to several political committees and other groups.
The Maine State Law and Legislative Reference Library found no similar attempt to establish a state sandwich since 1985.
Potato scab is caused by a bacteria found in most soils in Maine. Other root crops including carrots, beets, radishes and parsnips are also susceptible to the pathogen.
All they know is that the installation in Webster Park by the Stillwater River is part of what’s being billed as an economic development project.
As crafters across Maine look for ways to be more sustainable, studios are getting in on the action, too.
In parts of Maine, hunters are not harvesting enough female deer to achieve population management goals.
Those eight angus heifers represented 10 percent of the Fortin Farm’s herd and was a huge economic and emotional blow to the four-generation farm.
They’re still out there, scattered around Portland. Some have seen better days but those still working remain standing in vigilant defense against the next Great Fire.