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Maine weather for your area from Maine.gov.

Maine starts the day with 2,120 active cases of COVID-19. 7,229 of the 9,519 cases recovered. There have been 170 deaths according to WABI. Four deaths yesterday; two in York County, one in Knox, and one in Kennebec.

While considering some options, Gov. Mills is not looking at reinstating the ‘stay at home’ order according to centralmaine.com.

Due to the increase in COVID cases in Maine, the MeCDC is making some changes in the way it is doing contract tracing according to WGME.

Another new challenge is the start of cold and flu season in Maine along with COVID-19 and a way to tell if it is the start of COVID and not a cold is the test according to WMTW.

CMP was last out of customer surveys of 88 power companies, a few years ago it was on the top of the list, that was before the billing issues according to WABI.

Waterville has voted to ban overnight winter parking according to centralmaine.com.

The National Wildlife Federation and LL Bean have a new program called the Green Hour to get kids outside according to WABI.

St Mathews Episcopal in Hallowell is closing for good according to centralmaine.com.

Maine’s ski resorts are getting ready for the winter season under new health guidelines according to WGME.

Local, College, Professional sports scoreboard: TNF is Arizona in Seattle.



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