Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....

More snow could be falling in Maine according to WMTW.

Augusta has decided on a location for the new police station according to centralmaine.com., across the street from where they used to be located.

The anti-mask resolution in Androscoggin County has been rejected by commissioners according to the Sun Journal.

The civil emergency has be extended again by the governor to allow the state to tap into federal resources according to WABI.

The accused of killed a couple at their home in Turner was in court for his first appearance according to WABI.

The University of Maine has plans for major upgrades to the athletic facilities in Orono according to WABI.

The average US life expectancy dropped by one year in 2020 to 77.8 years; COVID played a role in that according to CNN.

Winter weather continues to impact areas that normally do not deal with such cold and ice according to CNN.

Rush Limbaugh, the conservative media pioneer, has died from cancer; he was 70 according to CNN.

Local, College, Professional sports scoreboard:  Celtics lost last night, Bruins play tonight.  Red Sox start spring training games on Feb 27.

Maine saw 106 new cases of COVID-19 yesterday for a total of 42,872. There has been a total of 654 deaths according to WABI.


Maine weather for your area from Maine.gov.



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