A pair of stuffed birds from the Portland Society of Natural History, which closed its doors in 1970, stand on display at the Maine Historical Society on March 16, 2023. Credit: Troy R. Bennett / BDN

Today is Tuesday. Temperatures will be in the high 30s to high 40s from north to south, with a chance for scattered snow showers up north and isolated rain showers down south and mostly cloudy skies across the state. 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.

Madawaska man and the driver of the van that killed him often ate breakfast together

David Morin, 71, and 47-year-old Shawn Cote often dined together at Chez Helen in Madawaska.

Portland Planning Board chair’s Airbnb rental was not legal

Maggie Stanley said she had no intention of circumventing any city regulations and the lack of valid permits was a simple oversight.

These Republicans might take on Jared Golden in 2024

Caratunk selectperson Liz Caruso, state Rep. Laurel Libby of Auburn and Dedham resident Robert Cross said they were considering campaigns for the seat.

Man accused of 2019 Harlow Street shooting won’t serve prison time after pleading guilty

In exchange for the guilty plea, Jordan David Bishop avoided aggravated attempted murder, attempted murder and aggravated assault charges.

Bangor grants mall entertainment center permit for live music and dancing

G-Force Entertainment, located in the Bangor Mall, offers live music, dancing and karaoke as well as laser tag, ax throwing, corn hole and arcade games.

Penquis CAP receives $200K to buy Bangor inn for housing homeless

Penquis is working on buying the Pine Tree Inn but increased construction costs and labor shortages have made additional subsidies necessary to make the project work.

Nonprofit buys inn to use as seasonal housing for Acadia National Park employees

Friends of Acadia bought the Kingsleigh Inn on Main Street to house 10 seasonal Acadia employees.

Former teachers help Caribou students bring the past to life with podcast project

Caribou Community School’s eighth-graders will create and record podcasts for an exhibit dedicated to the wisdom of local educators.

Dover-Foxcroft’s downtown reimagining will focus on pedestrian safety

The Dover-Foxcroft Select Board voted unanimously to contract with MaineDOT on the project Monday, although one board member was absent.

I embarked on a 6-day winter expedition in Baxter State Park

For most winter park undertakings, sleds, snowshoes, skis and microspikes are necessary.

I went for a spring hike on a trail that honors the 1st Registered Maine Guide

The trail is named for Cornelia “Fly Rod” Crosby, a 19th-century outdoorswoman and the first Registered Maine Guide.

In other Maine news …

Chipotle pays out $240K to Maine workers for illegal union busting

Woman convicted in Belfast murder-for-hire plot dies in Maine prison

Woman accused of abducting her daughter has been arrested in Lewiston

Supreme Court to hear disability activist’s lawsuit against Maine hotel

Downtown Bangor may lose power Thursday during Versant upgrade

Man dies after crashing into Lewiston lawmaker’s home

Shrink wrap is coming off Maine boats — and then what?

Former UMaine star scores game-winning goal in women’s pro hockey championship