Today is Thursday. Temperatures will be high 30s to low 40s from north to south, with cloudy skies and a chance for scattered showers across the state. Here’s what we’re talking about in Maine today.
The latest on the coronavirus in Maine
Three more Mainers have died and another 1,098 coronavirus cases reported across the state, according to the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention. The statewide death toll now stands at 1,819. Check out our tracker for more information.
On Wednesday, Maine CDC data showed that statewide hospitalizations have dropped by 30 percent since the state’s record high of 436 set on Jan. 13.
Here’s the major takeaways from Wednesday’s weekly COVID-19 briefing with Maine CDC Director Nirav Shah and Maine Department of Health and Human Services Director Jeanne Lambrew.
The likely federal authorization of a vaccine for the youngest kids later this month comes as Maine has seen record infections among children in the past month with the omicron variant surge.
It’s unlikely students are exposed to as much lead in school as results from required testing are showing.
U.S. District Judge Lance Walker said Maine employers may need to begin tracking pay disparity in order to justify it under the state’s equal pay law.
It’s the latest wrinkle for Big Lake Development LLC and its partners behind the proposed $113.5 million year-round ski resort.
Kirt Damon Sr., 58, allegedly bludgeoned to death Dorothea Burke back in the summer of 1984.
Tribal rights have been the subject of some of the most complicated policy fights in state history.
The U.S. Toboggan National Championships draw people to Camden from all over the country to experience traditional wooden tobogganing.
On Tuesday night, the Husson Eagles rallied from a seven-point deficit in the fourth quarter to earn a 76-69 victory over Bowdoin.
Even when Maine builds new housing, the elderly and others who need it most cannot afford it.
Two more “Steam and Sleighs” events are scheduled for this month at the Wiscasset, Waterville and Farmington Railway Museum and SeaLyon Farm.
Susan Shaw was dedicated to researching ocean pollution, toxic chemicals and plastics in Maine and beyond.