Things You Need to Know: January 6, 2021
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
Maine has 599 new cases of COVID-19 added to the total of 26,565; there are 369 deaths according to WABI.
Maine Game Wardens are reminding Mainers to be careful after a recent uptick in car-moose accidents according to WABI.
No one was hurt in a car fire on 95North near Sidney yesterday, officials believe there was ammo in the car that caused a few small explosions according to WABI.
Some taxpayers who use tax prep services are seeing their second stimulus checks sent to the wrong bank account according to centralmaine.com.
The elections in Georgia will decide the balance of the US Senate; one is too close to call and one has been won by a democrat according to WGME.
A Princeton man has to be rescued after he went into the water trying to save a deer according to WGME.
Maine’s Bicentennial was 2020 and is now looking at its “200 Plus One” campaign to hold last year's canceled events this year according to WGME.
Two Muslim holidays have been added to the Lewiston school calendar according to the Sun Journal.
The market in downtown Hallowell is for sale again according to centralmaine.com.
Today is the day the Congress is set to certify the presidential election results according to CNN and Fox News.
Local, College, Professional sports scoreboard:
Celtics play Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday.
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