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Maine has 314 new cases of COVID-19 added to the total of 29,611. There are now 438 deaths in Maine from COVID-19 according to WABI.

Maine’s state parks saw record numbers of visitors for 2020 according to

The FBI has some indications at armed protests are being planned in the state capitals and the US capital in the days leading up to the inauguration day according to Newscenter.

Small businesses are now able to apply for the new round of Paycheck Protection Program according to Newscenter.

Seven people made it out of a house fire in Waterville early Monday morning; a discarded cigarette may have caused the blaze according to Newscenter.

New England Patriots’ Bill Belichick has decided to decline the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President Trump according to Newscenter.

Following a directive from President Trump, Gov Mill has lowered our flags to half staff

in honor of “the two fallen U.S. Capitol Police Officers” from last Wednesday according to WABI.

Maine’s high school basketball season, with some modifications, is getting underway according to

Local, College, Professional sports scoreboard: Celtics game today has been postponed and Bruins play Thursday.

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