Today is Monday. Temperatures will be in the mid-30s to mid-40s from north to south, with snow and rain moving into the state as the day progresses. Here’s what we’re talking about in Maine today.
Twenty-six more Mainers have died and another 447 COVID-19 cases were reported across the state on Saturday, according to the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention. The statewide death toll now stands at 2,135. Check our tracker for more information.
Students in Bangor schools can take their masks off starting Wednesday after the state dropped its recommendation for school mask mandates, according to the superintendent.
Boston is the latest major city to ditch indoor masking mandates amid a push for more normalcy after two grueling years of the pandemic.
“My life has been ripped away from me,” Amy Blackstone said of her struggle with long COVID symptoms. “I’m just trying to take it one day at a time.”
Jennifer Wolfe and Chase Dolloff embarked on a harrowing house-hunting journey that took 14 offers until they met a seller willing to give them a break.
If mansions are your thing and you don’t mind spending big bucks, you can find at least 10 of them along coastal Hancock County.
It could be risky in Maine, a Democratic-leaning state that proved in 2020 to be one of the last bastions of ticket-splitting.
READ MORE: Former NASCAR driver and Fort Kent native Austin Theriault has announced that he will be running for Maine House District 1.
That means voters will have no choice when choosing the top prosecutor for their region.
Bangor Natural Gas Co. claims that the pipeline is exempt from property taxes and that Frankfort is the only municipality to ever bill it for pipeline land.
Maine’s drive-in owners concede the climate isn’t easy for them right now — but the nostalgic entertainment isn’t going anywhere.
While commissioners wait for more details so they can schedule a public hearing, here’s what we know about the Big Moose Mountain ski resort.
Watching a war play out overseas can leave many feeling conflicted and hopeless, but there are ways to help Ukrainians from your home.
READ MORE: While there have not yet been global disruptions to wheat supplies, prices have surged 55 percent since a week before the Vladimir Putin’s invasion amid concerns about what could happen next.
Thadius Wind, 47, was arrested last June after a nearly 24-hour standoff. Months in jail showed the struggle to access mental health services.
Electric vehicles seem to be zooming around everywhere these days, but not everyone is along for the ride.
In other main news …
Part of downtown Orono will close to parking for Stephen King documentary filming today
Take a look at the best moments from the high school basketball state championships
Maine seafood harvesters are taking on an unexpected new hobby
Ayla Reynolds’ father argues against expanding death suit
Maine Army National Guard employee charged with multiple sex crimes
Lebanon teen ejected from car in fatal North Berwick crash
Angus King introduces bill to cap cost of insulin
2 women hospitalized after snowmobile crash in Kennebec County
2 people injured after police chase leads to fiery head-on crash in Paris
Mars Hill to construct 1st homeless shelter for youth in Aroostook County
Snowmobilers collide head-on in Franklin County
Record demand for state park campsites in Maine