Waterville’s Holiday Plans & Other Things You Need to Know
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
Maine starts the day with 567 active cases of COVID-19. 4,629 of the 5,337 cases recovered. There have been 141 deaths according to WABI.
The first of the three presidential debates happen last night; check out the breakdown from centralmaine.com, CNN, Fox News, BBC.
Waterville’s Parade of Lights and Kringleville are canceled for this year, but there are some new things that are being planned for the 2020 holiday season according to centralmaine.com.
An aerospace company in Brunswick has plans to launch a rocket from the former Loring Air Force Base with a new fuel source according to centralmaine.com.
The idea of a ‘consumer-owned’ power company may go out to Maine voters next year according to centralmaine.com.
Mainers in their 20’s and 30’s now account for about 1/3 (up from 1/5) of the new CV-19 cases according to WABI.
Absentee ballot requests are growing in Maine for the November 3 elections according to US News.
A new survey found 70,000 Maine residents, and this included kids, did not have enough food to eat recently according to WABI. That is about 7% of our population.
Denver Broncos playing the New York Jets in Thursday Night Football.
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