Here’s what we’re talking about in Maine today.
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Nirav Shah rose from relative obscurity as the bureaucratic head of Maine’s health agency to the face the state’s pandemic response. Now, he’s leaving the Maine CDC to take top role in U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Augusta police officer Sabastian Guptill is being questioned on a case of alleged mistaken identity invoking broader issues of police bias.
No further information about the ongoing investigation into Neil Salisbury’s death has been made public by state officials.
Residents were notified the building must be vacated by Friday morning.
A 3 p.m. Saturday service will be held by Faith Linking in Action, which is made up of Bangor area congregations and individuals.
The 35-year-old wastewater treatment plant is aging to the point of disrepair, according to Town Manager James Gilway.
The two campuses will face a $17 million budget deficit by the end of the academic year as enrollment remains at historic lows.
To meet growing demands, the Bangor region will need to add an average of 300 homes or rental units each year, according to a new study.
Negotiations with the one-building school district have hit a stopping point over the teachers’ proposal to raise wages inside the school.
Austin Ambush and Jamond DuBose join Joe Fagnano and Xavier Nurse as the players departing Orono for another destination.
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Which state is closest to Africa? Like most folks, I figured it must be Florida.
Wrong. It’s Maine.