In this Oct. 12, 2022, file photo, Julia Bundy seeds the lawn at her house on Robinson Hill Road in Oxford. Bundy has plans to sell the house and was taking advantage of the nice weather to improve the property. Credit: Andree Kehn / Sun Journal via AP

Today is Wednesday. Temperatures will be in the high 50s to low 60s, with rain eventually giving way to sunshine across parts of Maine. See what weather is in store for the rest of the day here. Here’s the latest on gas prices in Maine.

Here’s what we’re talking about in Maine today.

The latest on the coronavirus in Maine

Two more Mainers have died and another 572 coronavirus cases reported across the state, according to the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention. The statewide death toll stands at 2,627 as of Tuesday morning. Check out our tracker for more information.

Not all Maine workers benefiting from pandemic boost in power

Too many Mainers are unable to participate fully in the economy and numerous jobs lack basic protections for workers.

Paul LePage’s idea to bolster ranks of Maine doctors isn’t his, and it’s already happening

The former governor is advertising a plan to expand the number of doctors in the state — but a similar plan has already been underway for years.

BDN and CBS News 13 hosting Monday debate with Janet Mills and Paul LePage

We want to hear from you the questions that should make an appearance at the next debate.

Border Patrol union backs Bruce Poliquin during national GOP immigration push

The National Border Patrol Council’s endorsement came three weeks from Election Day in what is expected to a toss-up election in Maine’s 2nd District.

The independents running tough races for the Maine Legislature

Polarization has been crowding out independents and only three currently serve in the Maine Legislature.

Progressive referendum drive leads to a ‘polarized’ Portland

The disagreement over Portland’s referendum is being spurred by disagreements within the Democratic Party, rather than partisan politics.

Bangor YMCA buys 5 properties for planned expansion

The Bangor YMCA will have more space to serve its expanding membership base.

Bangor Historical Society hopes new fence will kickstart Thomas Hill House restoration

In recent years, the low granite wall around the Thomas Hill House has become a popular hangout spot, with crowds of people regularly gathered.

Jessica Trefethen guilty of murder in slaying of son

A jury on Tuesday found Jessica Trefethen, 36, guilty of killing her 3-year-old son in June last year. She has not yet been sentenced.

Blue Hill hospital and neighbors settle dispute over entrance road

The agreement designates the hospital entrance near the house of Jane and Samuel Nesbitt for emergency use only.

After years of delay, the Belfast Harbor Walk is nearing completion

The Belfast Harbor Walk project has been underway since 2010. It’s expected to be completed sometime in November.

Piscataquis commissioners say no a 2nd time to broadband

The commissioners said that the reason for the broadband rejection was to help Piscataquis focus on cost-effective strategies.

Only 65 percent of hunters have bagged a Maine moose this season

In this first week in October, 958 of 1,580 hunters were able to fill their tag — a slight increase over the same week in 2021.

In other Maine news …

BDN hosting 2 virtual events to cover the basics about PFAS and why they matter

2 killed in Waterboro collision

Body of Vinalhaven man missing since last week recovered from pond

Ellsworth council approves nearly $4M plan to move police department

Coalition launches ‘right to repair’ referendum for 2023 ballot

A 15-week abortion ban would have overlooked these Maine mothers’ pregnancy complications

Portland Starbucks workers vote to unionize

Aroostook’s oldest haunted hayride fills the night with screams

Maine couple loses more than $1M in tech support scam

Cause of fire that destroyed Vassalboro marijuana facility still unknown

Speedway 95 owner headlines latest inductees into Maine Motorsports Hall of Fame