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Maine Coronavirus Rates Remain Low; Schools Get Aid
Shah says the state’s overall positivity rate of 0.6% is also well below the national average of about 5%.
Maine Schools to Get Another $165M in Coronavirus Relief
The funds are in addition to $165 million provided earlier this year.
Maine Police Chief Accused of Domestic Assault
He was arrested Wednesday night and was being held without bail at the Penobscot County Jail on Thursday.
Worker Completed Nursing Home Shift Despite Virus Symptoms
The worker documented her symptoms of a sore throat, cough, chills and muscle aches in a log, but apparently didn't tell supervisors.
Maine Police Make Arrest in Decades Old Cold Case Murder
Maine State Police on Tuesday evening charged Kirt Damon Sr. of Stockton Springs with the murder.
Canada Extends U.S. Border Restrictions to Oct. 21
The restrictions were announced on March 18 and were extended each month since.
Border Patrol Makes 7 Arrests Along Border
The Maine-Canada border is closed to nonessential traffic during the pandemic.
Virus Death Toll Linked To Maine Wedding Grows To 7
The agency says the outbreak continues to sicken people around the state and is linked to other cases at a county jail and a rehabilitation center.
1st Trials Since March Moving Forward This Week in Maine
Court officials have described these cases as pilots, meant to iron out the wrinkles that will surely arise during a pandemic.
Busy Portion Of Maine’s Bear Hunt Ahead
The bear season continues until the Saturday after Thanksgiving, but it slows down considerably after bait season ends.