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This is what we are talking about in Maine today.
The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention will release the latest COVID-19 data at 9:30 a.m. Check out our tracker for more information.
Pfizer on Monday asked US regulators to expand the use of its updated COVID-19 booster vaccine to children ages 5 to 11.
The Canadian government announced Monday that it will no longer require people to wear masks on planes to protect against COVID-19. Government officials also confirmed that Canada will remove the vaccination requirement for people entering the country at the end of the month.
The Maine Department of Health and Human Services announced Monday that it will expand access to COVID-19 testing. Residents can request a free kit of five COVID tests each month through the AccessCovidTests.org website.
We take a look at some of the key talking points of 2018 and how some will carry over to this election.
Christian MilNeil is charged with vandalism at an affordable housing complex for which the Portland Housing Authority is partially responsible.
The economy is the top issue on Republican voters’ minds this election cycle, taking precedence over “threats to democracy” and abortion.
At the weigh station at the SW Collins sawmill in Fort Kent, three different hunting parties stopped within minutes of each other this morning.
Squirrel-related power outages, like in Bangor on Sunday, are not unusual this time of year, and there are likely more to come.
“There will be no bear meat in the freezer for me this winter, but enjoying a day in the woods was rewarding and fun.”
These private schools are known as city academies, and their history parallels Maine’s development as a state with its own educational system.
Deb Paradis barbershop has become more about bringing the community together and celebrating their shared history.
To draw people in on the historically slower days of the week, Crumpet will open early next month.
Along with the basketball court, one of the initiative’s other major projects includes an upgrade to the Alfond Arena, which was built in 1976.
In other Maine news…
Man killed in weekend Maine Turnpike crash identified
The 150th Cumberland Fair is Underway
Bowdoinham man awarded $5 million after misdiagnosis at hospital clinic
Moose seen on State Street in Bangor
Skowhegan is launching a business lab and pitching competition
UMaine women’s soccer coach returns after breaking 5 ribs in bike accident
Man Sentenced to 11 Years in Maine Sex Case Allegedly Threatened to Kill Judge
Abandoned vehicle in Maine may be linked to missing 6-year-old from Miami, police say
Man accused of hitting Maine deputy with car door and driving away
Inmate dies at Penobscot County Jail