In this Jan. 31, 2023, file photo, workers at a Ford dealership clear fresh snow from vehicles in the used car lot in Auburn. Credit: Robert F. Bukaty / AP

Today is Tuesday. Temperatures will start in the high teens to mid-30s from north to south, with a mix of sun and clouds and chance for late scattered snow showers. 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.

Mainers included in Angus King’s list of ‘suspicious’ Twitter accounts

Almost all of the flagged accounts were conservative and appear to be under anonymous handles.

Sharp drop in listings marks 5 Maine housing trends of early 2023

Lack of supply and rising mortgage rates will keep uncertainty alive in Maine’s housing market in 2023.

Versant sued after workers cut down 973 Christmas trees on Patten man’s land

The Christmas trees were valued at more than $20,000, and Ervin B. Tower said it isn’t the first time Versant Power employees have trespassed on his land.

Patten board wants town vote on Pickett Mountain mining ordinance

The Patten Planning Board has not been convinced by Wolfden’s promises of prosperity.

These Maine kids are learning to milk cows on their vacation

Roger Knight opened the family farm for such public events decades ago as a way of preserving its open space in the face of Portland’s growing sprawl.

Bangor is seeing fewer potholes so far this season

This winter isn’t over yet, Bangor Public Works Director Aaron Huotari warns.

Bangor Auditorium’s history in photos from rise to rubble

When it was built, the Bangor Auditorium was the second-largest sports facility in New England, after Boston Garden.

Catch up on the high school basketball tourney excitement

Day 3 of the Maine high school basketball tournament included nail-biting finishes and overtime upsets.

Relive the excitement by reading these game recaps:

Thursday high school basketball tournament games rescheduled due to storm

No changes have been announced for the Bangor and Portland venues as of Monday evening.

Gorham’s Mackenzie Holmes is one of nation’s best college basketball players

The 6-foot-3 forward is in the running for the National Player of the Year as the nation’s sixth-leading scorer among players in her division.

Shootout losses shouldn’t overshadow UMaine men’s hockey ties at UNH

UMaine has converted just once in its four shootout losses since winning its first shootout game over Northeastern University last year.

Ignore its unappealing name. This mountain offers rewarding vistas.

Mosquito Mountain deserves a better name.

This frenzied fisher darts for the hills after snagging a free meal

This fisher encountered unexpected resistance when it attempted to grab a quick meal.

It’s time to talk fishing and other outdoor pursuits at the Cabin Fever Reliever

The event brings together folks who are passionate about fishing and a bunch of other outdoor activities for two days of fun.

In other Maine news …

Down East fishermen face steep barriers for treatment of job-related injuries

More than half of $450 relief checks have been sent to Mainers

Lawmakers reject proposal to repurpose Portland Harbor dredging funds

Woman dies after Somerset County snowmobile crash

Snowmobiler critically injured after crashing into New Gloucester home

3 people, including police officer, injured in Waterville crash

Injured Portland man charged with killing 58-year-old found in the same apartment

Bangor girls win 3rd straight Class A state indoor track and field championship