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

Maine weather for your area from Maine.gov.

The President and First Lady have tested positive for COVID-19 according to CNN and Fox News.  Both are feeling well and said to be quarantine.

Maine starts the day with 585 active cases of COVID-19. 4,704 of the 5,431 cases recovered. There have been 142 deaths according to WABI.

Windsor Elementary School going to remote learning after 2 positive COVID-19 tests according to centralmaine.com.

More and more Youngers Mainer are testing positive and Maine has seen a jump in cases in the last two weeks according to WMTW.

Maine Department of Labor still dealing with fraudulent unemployment claims. Overall the DOL has canceled over 100,000 claims and canceled over 23,000 claims last week according to WGME.

Maine’s extreme and severe drought conditions have grown according to WMTW. Next week's update on the conditions will reflect the heavy rain from Tuesday and if that makes an impact.

Gardiner is looking at adjustments in its funding due to a drop in enrollment according to centralmaine.com.

A West Gardiner woman was injured after her car hit a tree on River Ava and ended up in the Kennebec according to centralmaine.com.

There are still some Mainers without power from Tuesday's wind and rainstorm.  Central Maine Power Company is reporting they are starting today with 724 people without power in their service area.

Broncos beat the Jets in the NFL, Patriots play the Chiefs Sunday.

Not only can you request your Maine ballot online, but you can also track its progress according to centralmaine.com.



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