Today is Wednesday. Temperatures will be in the high 40s to high 50s, with decreasing clouds from north to south. Here’s what we’re talking about in Maine today.
Another 7,636 coronavirus cases have been reported across the state since Saturday, Maine health officials said Tuesday. That jump in cases comes as the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention continues to hack away at a large backlog of positive cases. No new deaths were reported, leaving the statewide death toll at 1,960. Check out our tracker for more information.
Hermon schools will make masking optional beginning March 14, two weeks after students return from their February break, according to Superintendent Jim Chasse.
The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to hear arguments in a lawsuit that sought to challenge Maine’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for health workers. Justices did not explain their decision in court papers on Tuesday.
Presque Isle reported the highest virus levels, with more than 6 million virus copies per liter of wastewater.
A new bill would clarify that certain crimes aimed at government officials, such as obstructing government administration and improper influence, apply when school officials are the targets.
Portland International Jetport officials see the future for growth overseas.
Though the Hayford Park playground only stood for just shy of 12 years before being demolished, it has become a legend among the kids who played there, and their parents.
They’re the latest problems to come up at the Bangor facility that’s more than 160 years old.
The proposal was Gov. Janet Mills’ attempt to make good on a promise to crack down on the utilities after opposing an effort to hand over control of them to the public.
Scott Tompkins has amassed a large collection of vintage machines, including a rare 1968 TNT 600 Skidoo.
Small poultry flock owners urged to take precautions during concerning avian flu outbreak in Knox County
The recent outbreak of the H5N1 avian influenza in a small flock of backyard birds in Knox County has put the entire state on high alert.
If you missed the quarterfinal games, or just want to revisit the highlights, we put together some of our best photos for you.
The Penobscot Fly Fishers’ free Cabin Fever Reliever should be a really good way to spend a few hours of your upcoming weekend.