WWI cold case / High housing prices / Donkey mindfulness
Today is Monday. Temperatures will be between 70 and 80 degrees statewide, with partly sunny skies across the state. Clouds will increase in the north and there will be a chance of showers late in the day.
See what’s in store for the rest of the week here. Coming back from the holiday weekend? Here’s what you can expect with gas prices.
Here’s what we’re talking about in Maine today.
As of Saturday, another 475 cases of COVID-19 were reported statewide, according to the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention. The statewide death toll stands at 2,346. Check our tracker for more information.
Pvt. John Poor of Christian County, Illinois was guarding two large 12-inch guns at Fort Williams when he died.
Even though she graduated from law school, Camden native Hannah Holtz cannot afford to live in Maine due to high rent and house prices.
While home prices remain high, sales are expected to fall by around 9% this year as the sales market has remained tight.
The deadly shooting in Texas has left parents elsewhere struggling to help their children understand the circumstances.
Customers can expect to find products in Tradewinds similar to those available at Fox Brook Variety with some new offerings.
Michael Laliberté will receive an additional $30,000 for housing allowance on top of his $205,000 salary, which will be paid in a lump sum.
Sadie Boucher is one of thousands of volunteers who have helped keep Maine’s healthcare system running smoothly throughout the pandemic.
The farm will offer animal encounters, birthday parties, goat stretches and mindfulness with donkeys.
The 200 attendees at this year’s Anah Temple Shriner Convention will be staying in unexpected places.
In other Maine news…
Body of missing boater found in Penobscot River
Bangor Community Connector will temporarily suspend Saturday service
A 3rd candidate joins Janet Mills and Paul LePage in the November ballot
Hermon councilors slashed $100,000 from school budget to prevent tax hike
Opponents fail to block 300ft private dock in Lincolnville
Lobster prices stabilize as unofficial start of summer approaches
Judge considers motion to dismiss public defender’s lawsuit
Bangor Sweeps PVC Big School Track Titles
End of a months-long manhunt in York County
2 teens seriously injured in rollover accident in Aroostook County
Analysis: Despite late-season slump, UMaine baseball is moving in the right direction