Maine State Employees Like Working at Home & Other Things You Need to Know
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
Maine is staring the day with 534 active cases of COVID-19. 2,772 of the total of 3,415in Maine are recovered and we have seen 109 deaths according to WABI.
‘Mask Up For ME’, a Bangor based campaign to get Mainers to wear the masks has just received the funding they will use on advertising to get the message out according to Newscenter.
A helicopter was called into to help rescue a hiker on the Bolt Coast Trail in Washington County according to WMTW.
A Portland man facing charges after an altercation in a parking lot in Portland she says was a ‘homophobic’ attack according to WMTW.
A small earthquake happened Saturday in western Maine according to US News.
Maine International Film Festival will be held at the Skowhegan Drive-In and on-line according to centralmaine.com.
A survey of thousands of Maine State Employees found most would rather work at home or have a home/office work arrangement according to centralmaine.com. Only 5% said they wanted to return to their office full-time.
No deal yet for the BIW and its striking workers as the strike is going into its third week according to centralmaine.com.