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Maine weather for your area from Maine.gov.

As of early this morning, there were still over 31,000 Mainers without power according to CMP.

Maine starts the day with 3,402 active cases of COVID-19. 10,146 of the 13,775 cases recovered. There have been 227 deaths according to WABI. 425 new cases were reported yesterday, breaking the one day record set just last week of 76 cases in one day.

A 90-year-old woman in the United Kingdom is the first person to get a COVID-19 vaccine according to WABI.

After doing over $30,000 in damage to the YMCA’s summer camp in Readfield, a 17-year-old has been charged according to WABI.

The Augusta Court House is now open again to the public after dealing with COVID-19 issues according to centralmaine.com.

BIW is looking at hiring over 2,500 people next year according to WABI.

The Raging Bull Saloon in Downtown Augusta is facing some issues with its liquor license according to centralmaine.com.

UMA is expanding the dental assisting program and will be offering classes in Lewiston according to centralmaine.com.

President Trump is looking at options on when to kick off his 2024 campaign bid according to Newscenter.

Local, College, Professional sports scoreboard:   NFL: Washington over Pittsburgh as well Buffalo over San Francisco. Dallas and Baltimore play tonight.



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