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

Southern Kennebec County police officials will have a public meeting on Zoom tonight, if you want to take part you do need to preregister to get the link according to centralmaine.com.

John Williams, the man convicted of killing Corporal Eugene Cole, wants a new trial according to WABI.

Skowhegan’s SnowFest started this weekend and run to the 28th with the activities stretched out over two weekends and the week in between according to WABI.

Last weekend, Lost Valley hosted an event with over 40 people competing on old-school, wooden runner sleds according to sunjournal.com.

A Thomas College student had done a website that focuses on snowmobile routes and trail maps and well as certain snowmobile friendly business and point of interest according to WABI.

Some schools are looking at the issues about getting all kids back in school for in-person learning; big issues are staff receiving the vaccine and schools not having space to meet distancing rules according to WABI.

The flu cases in the United States are at the lowest levels since 2005 according to WABI.

Last year, 2020, was the warmest on record for Maine and planet Earth according to sunjournal.com.

The United States is expected to see 500,000th death from COVID-19 today according to centralmaine.com.

Maine saw 131 new cases of COVID-19 yesterday for a total of 43,497. There has been a total of 658 deaths according to WABI.

Local, College, Professional sports scoreboard:  Bruins won; Celtics lost. Celtics play Tuesday and Wednesday; Bruins play Thursday. Red Sox start spring training games on Feb 27.


Maine weather for your area from Maine.gov.


 


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