Things You Need to Know: February 16, 2021
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
Wintery day for Maine according to Newscenter.
The girl who fell from the chairlift at Sugarloaf is said to be doing well according to the Sun Journal.
Maine high school students working to become CNA’s are helping to fill in the gaps in Maine’s nursing home while getting their clinical hours according to WGME.
A Mainer has claimed a $1m Powerball prize according to WGME.
Snow Pond has made upgrades to its amphitheater and hopes to attract national-level acts according to centralmaine.com.
154 million Americans are under some version of a winter weather alert with the storm moving across the US according to CNN.
Sunday the United States saw the fewest new cases of COVID reported in a day since October according to CNN. But experts say we still need to stay vigilant.
Those who want to take part in Maine’s moose hunt need to submit their permit application by Feb 19th according to WGME.
Without the traditional high school basketball tournament week for Maine; the Civic Centers and hotels are feeling the difference according to WGME.
Local, College, Professional sports scoreboard: Celtics play Tuesday. Red Sox starts spring training on Feb 27.
Maine saw 150 new cases of COVID-19 yesterday for a total of 42,677. There has been a total of 649 deaths according to WABI.
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