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An amendment to the stimulus package would target low to middle-income families according to WABI.

In the last four weeks, Maine has seen new or reopening unemployment claims drop according to WABI.

A Gardiner woman, who in her 30’s had a heart transplant due to heart disease, is encouraging women and men to learn about heart disease according to WABI.

WGME’s I-Team found that over $7M in federal disaster loans for the pandemic went to Maine business that did not even exist.

The FBI arrested a man from Maine for taking part in the capitol riots according to WMTW.

The Super Bowl is this Sunday and here are some details from Newscenter.

Maine teachers are still looking for answers on when they will be getting the COVID vaccine according to centralmaine.com.

MaineGeneral is opening an office for patients with substance abuse issues according to centralmaine.com.

Local, College, Professional sports scoreboard: Celtics and Bruins in action tonight. Red Sox start spring training on Feb 27.  NFL: Super Bowl Sunday, Feb 7th with Tampa Bay and Kansas City.

Maine saw 305 new cases of COVID-19 yesterday for a total of 40,534. There has been a total of 630 deaths according to WABI.


Maine weather for your area from Maine.gov.



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