Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....

The CDC says one way to fight back against the COVID variant is to wear a double mask according to WABI.

Maine is on track to get more COVID vaccine next and numbers are backing off to the levels that were seen around Thanksgiving according to centralmaine.com.

Gardiner Planning Board approved a marijuana testing lab in the Libby Hill Business Park according to centralmaine.com.

The winter clean-up of the sidewalk on the bridge between Livermore and Livermore Falls has become an issue again as a woman was almost hit recently according to centralmaine.com.

Sugarloaf says it appears the girl who fell from a chair lift has not gotten on properly and slipped into the situation; they also said she is going well according to WMTW.

Firefighters in Palmyra were able to rescue a family’s dog after they made it out of their burins home but the dog had not according to WABI.

HGTV announces the winner of the home they are giving away in Maine according to WABI.

Donald Trump's defense is due to start today in the impeachment according to centralmaine.com.

Local, College, Professional sports scoreboard: Bruins play Friday and this weekend. The Daytona 500 is this weekend. Red Sox start spring training on Feb 27.

Maine saw 181 new cases of COVID-19 yesterday for a total of 42,058. There has been a total of 641 deaths according to WABI.


Maine weather for your area from Maine.gov.


 


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