A dog print stands indented in the mud in South Portland on Thursday. Credit: Troy R. Bennett / BDN

Today is Tuesday. Temperatures will be in the high 20s to mid-30s from north to south, with cloudy skies and a chance for snow in the north and sunny skies in the south. Here’s what we’re talking about in Maine today.

The latest on the coronavirus in Maine

The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention will report the latest COVID-19 data from the weekend by 9:30 a.m. Check out our tracker for more information.

Judge bars public access to court documents detailing Eliot Cutler’s child porn case

Justice Robert Murray approved a motion by Eliot Cutler’s defense attorney, Walter McKee, to seal the search warrant, the affidavit and the list of items seized by police when the search warrant was executed.

These new high-end downtown Bangor apartments were rented before the paint was even dry

The apartments start at $1,900 a month for a one-bedroom and $2,200 for a two-bedroom.

Confusion surrounds Sanford police investigation of alleged teen sex assault

The alleged sexual assault of a 13-year-old outraged Sanford last week. But now, police are providing mixed signals on what exactly happened.

Glenburn teen who made tourniquet from shoelace to save mom will get Red Cross honor

Kristen Iarrobino slipped on a patch of ice outside her Glenburn when the coffee mug in her hand shattered and she fell on the shards, slicing her wrist.

Belfast rallies to support potato plant workers following blaze

Since last week, people have donated more than $28,000 to the fund to help the displaced workers.

Belfast potato processor meeting with town to discuss rebuilding after fire

Penobscot McCrum has not decided if it will try to rebuild in the same location on Pierce Street on the banks of the Passagassawakeag River.

Orono and Old Town firefighters are working shorter weeks under new union contracts

The reduction is part of an effort to create better work-life balance for first responders and attract new firefighters to the field.

Climate change symphony that premiered 2 years late will live on in Bangor children’s museum exhibit

“The Warming Sea,” a composition about global warming, will be used as a way to explain what scientists know about climate change.

Backyard tree tappers came out in droves for Maine Maple Sunday following COVID hiatus

Thousands of people visited maple sugaring operations across the state over the weekend to take tours, learn how syrup is made and sample treats.

For these Mainers, golf has become a year-round sport

A hearty group of golfers have played at least once a month at the Bucksport Golf Club — even in the dead of winter.

In other Maine news…

US seeks new lithium sources as demand for batteries grows

37-year-old dies after Chebeague Island crash

York County lawmaker Ted Kryzak dies at 66

Red Cross workers threaten to strike amid contract negotiations

2021 was the hottest year on record for the Gulf of Maine

Maine mug artist celebrates the female form in all its shapes and sizes

3 teens charged after recorded attack on homeless in Maine

Aroostook County’s newest ambulance service is already looking to expand

Work on key Maine-NH bridge to finish ahead of schedule

Chellie Pingree helps form caucus to support 4 US naval shipyards

Angus King wants a digital national park pass

Portland bus system changes schedule due to staff shortage