CV-19 Outbreak in Falmouth Nursing Home, Augusta’s Tree Fungus & Other Things You Need to Know
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
Maine is staring the day with 510 active cases of COVID-19. 2,577 of the total of 3,191 in Maine are recovered and we have seen 104 deaths according to WABI.
23 residents and 13 employees at a nursing home in Falmouth have tested positive for COVID-19 according to WABI.
A tree fungus is casing the city of Augusta to remove a number of cherry trees from different areas around the city according to centralmaine.com.
Food trucks around the State of Maine are getting creative on ways to get out to customers and do business this summer according to centralmaine.com.
Portland police did not find violations in the Old Port after many complaints about a lack of physical distancing and masks according to centralmaine.com.
This year's dry and hot conditions have been a factor in the recent spread of the browntail moth caterpillar grown in central Maine according to centralmaine.com.
Waterville’s water main project is making progress and is even a bit ahead of schedule according to centralmaine.com.
A hack of national police files did include some files from a Maine police unit according to centralmaine.com.