Today is Friday. Temperatures will be in the low 30s to mid-40s from north to south, with mostly sunny skies across much of the state. Here’s what we’re talking about in Maine today.
Three more Mainers have died and another 1,115 coronavirus cases were reported across the state, according to the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention. The statewide death toll now stands at 1,822. Check out our tracker for more information.
COVID may be loosening its iron grip on hospitals for the first time since the infectious omicron variant took hold in Maine in December.
If approved by the Legislature, the $500 relief checks would go to 800,000 Mainers at a total cost of $411 million.
She highlighted areas of agreement on budget issues while defending her record on the COVID-19 pandemic in her State of the State address on Thursday.
The American Veterans Support Group PAC devoted only 15 percent of spending last year to supporting candidates.
Even trying to find housing in Portland is a “nightmare.”
The fishermen who can catch pogies could soon be limited to only those who have historically gone after the important baitfish.
No doubt about it, the Unity Amish community knows how to get things done fast.
Because of the buildup, the U.S. Army Corps has approved another dredging project for an approximately mile-long section of the river.
With three significant snowstorms in the last couple of weeks, many schools closed early or canceled classes altogether, pushing the school year deeper into June for some.
You could be the next tenant of Portland’s 128-year-old miniature stone-and-slate fortress in Deering Oaks Park.
The state’s use of solitary confinement came under scrutiny after a Bangor Daily News report on Zachary Swain’s plight in prolonged isolation.
The bill would give the ombudsman’s executive director a five-year contract and control over staffing, as well as funding to provide health insurance for staff.
Junior guard Anne Simon is just the 23rd player in UMaine history to eclipse the 1,000-point mark.