Today is Wednesday. Temperatures will be in the mid-40s to low 50s from north to south, with a chance for showers in the north and sunny skies in the south. It’s an improvement from Tuesday’s spring storm that left more than 30,000 people without power early in the day. See what else in store this week on our weather page. Here’s what we’re talking about in Maine today.
Due to the Patriot’s Day holiday on Monday, COVID-19 cases from the weekend will be reported by 9:30 a.m. on today. Check out our tracker for more information.
The Bangor Community Connector will continue to require mask wearing on its buses, despite the federal mandate being dropped on Monday.
However, the Greater Portland METRO, South Portland’s bus service, Biddeford-Saco-Old Orchard Beach Transit, Portland’s Regional Transportation Program and the Casco Bay Lines ferry service will be dropping their mandates on Wednesday.
Moderna has announced that it is working on creating an updated COVID-19 vaccine for the fall that will combine protection from the original coronavirus strain with updated protections.
A study on long COVID showed that the feces of a person may contain the virus for far longer than expected, offering some insights into the virus’ long-term impacts.
This couple’s hopes for a Portland apartment were dashed when a twist emerged: a bidding war ensued.
The spending plan driven by a wave of pandemic relief is the biggest-ticket item facing lawmakers in 2022. Here’s guide to the $850 relief checks.
This weekend and next, Maineiac Manor will offer a special slasher movie-themed haunted experience, as part of the annual Bangor Comic and Toy Con.
“We have open land, but no longer have farming there, which is what makes it a good place for solar.”
A weekend crash at a Westbrook housing complex highlights the growing problem of driving under the influence in Maine and the potential consequences.
A rebate would reimburse up to 50 percent of costs to purchase internet hardware, such as modems and routers, not exceeding $300.
Canada lynx have a special place on Maine’s outdoor landscape. But many Mainers have never seen one.
ALSO: Watch animals live, with these Maine wildlife webcams