The Things You Need to Know Today: October 21
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
Maine starts the day with 637 active cases of COVID-19. 5,206 of the 5,983 cases recovered. There have been 146 deaths according to WABI.
Maine farmers may be eligible for disaster assistance due to the drought according to WABI.
Larry Lord has filed lawsuits against the two companies connected to the Farmington explosion that critically injured him according to WABI.
Maine has now set some deadlines for expired registrations or new vehicle registrations from the pandemic according to WMTW.
The Bridge Street bridge in Gardiner is being removed and the new bridge is due to put in place in a few weeks according to centralmaine.com. The A-1 Diner will be closed for about a month while this work happens.
Two weeks out from the election and a quarter of Mainers have already voted according to centralmaine.com.
High School, College, Pro Sports: New York Giants play the Philadelphia Eagles in Thursday Night Football.
The Los Angeles Dodgers won game one of the World Series against Tampa Bay Rays, game two is Friday.
Here is WABI’s handy-dandy list of Halloween events going on in the area.
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