Mike Fair, a cybersecurity executive from Ohio, moved to Maine in April and is teleworking from his rural lake home office in Lincoln. Credit: Linda Coan O'Kresik / BDN

Today is Tuesday. Expect temperatures in the high 30s and low 40s, with high winds throughout much of the state. Here’s what we’re talking about in Maine today.

The latest on the coronavirus in Maine

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Maine hit a record for coronavirus hospitalizations on Monday, with the state CDC announcing that 261 people were currently hospitalized.

Female Maine guard soldiers face retaliation after reporting sexual assault and harassment

The Maine Army National Guard’s handling of complaints can mean harsh repercussions for soldiers who speak out.

Victoria’s Secret cybersecurity executive taps into telework trend from a rural Maine lake

Mike Fair is living his retirement dream on a lake in Maine while still working full-time managing cybersecurity for his Ohio-based employer.

With fewer students on campus, Unity College and its namesake town are changing

Unity defined itself as a college town. But now most of the students are gone.

Unity College was founded to protect the town from rural decay, but in the wake of broad based program reforms that have sharply reduced the number of on-campus students, Unity residents are grappling with how to adapt to the changing future of its namesake school.

Late Bangor city councilor’s seat likely to be filled in special election

A special election is likely to fill a Bangor City Council seat held by a first-term councilor who passed away from cancer, according to the chair of Bangor’s council.

UMaine’s biggest rivalry continues as football team seeks its 1st win at UNH in 20 years

With four wins in their last five games and coming off their fourth-ever win over a Football Bowl Subdivision team, the University of Maine’s Black Bears now set their sights on Saturday’s season-ending rivalry game against the University of New Hampshire Wildcats in Durham, New Hampshire.

Maine lawmaker hospitalized with COVID for 12 days still won’t get vaccinated

An Androscoggin County state representative who has been publicly skeptical of the COVID-19 vaccination said Monday his 12-day hospitalization with the virus has not swayed his views on getting vaccinated.

Stock car racing will return to Caribou in 2022

Though it was originally included on the Pro All Stars series 2020 schedule, Spud Speedway had to relinquish the date due to COVID-19 with crowd size limits of 200.

New book tells of growing up the son of ‘the biggest drunk in Portland’

Walking to classes at Portland High School, Ed Crockett would spy his father slumped in a doorway or curled up on a park bench, sleeping off another day of hard drinking.

In other news …

Man found dead in home after police standoff in Millinocket

2 people injured in multi-vehicle crash involving ambulance in Mapleton

Teen killed in Franklin County crash

Gouldsboro to vote on 6-month ban for large-scale fish farms