Concerns About The Upcoming Flu Season & Other Things You Need to Know
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
Maine starts the day with 501 active cases of COVID-19. 4,280 of the 4,918 cases recovered. There have been 137 deaths according to WABI. Seven of the deaths are now connected to the Millinocket wedding.
A drive-by parade event happens this morning to mark the first anniversary of the explosion of the LEAP building in Farmington that killed one and injured six according to WABI.
A drive-by parade of support is set for Friday to support the Madison nursing home hit hard including 6 deaths according to centralmaine.com.
Election officials are urging you to take care of your voter registration now if need be and if you are voting absentee request your ballot now according to WABI. As soon as you get your ballot, you should take care of voting and get it in the mail right away.
Dr. Shah, the Head of the ME CDC, has concerns about the upcoming flu season according to WGME.
The Salvation Army is kicking off the Red Kettle campaign early to ‘rescue Christmas’ as they anticipate that the number of those in need going up for Christmas and beyond according to Newscenter. The digital Red Kettle campaign is already up and running.
Until the end of the year all kids in school, under the age of 18, are eligible for meal programs for free meals BUT parents do need to fill out a form for the school district according to centralmaine.com.
Two men were arrested in Augusta on drug charges according to WABI.
Smoke from the west coast fires is being seen in the air over Maine according to WGME.
Waterville is going to lease land for the development of an ice skating rink according to centralmaine.com.
Celtics lost, Sox won…Celtics Thursday, Sox Friday, and two games for Thursday night football.
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