Things You Need to Know Today: October 23, 2020
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
Maine starts the day with 631 active cases of COVID-19. 5,269 of the 6,064 cases recovered. There have been 146 deaths according to WABI.
Inland Hospital is constructing a COVID-19 testing site that is insulated to take on the winter months according to centralmaine.com.
A chemical caused a reaction for workers at the New Balance factory in Skowhegan causing dozens to be evaluated and a handful to be taken to the hospital according to WABI.
A youth is in custody after some threading graffiti was discovered at Lisbon High School according to WABI.
The Augusta Boys and Girls Club has revamped its name and making some adjustments to its mission according to centralmaine.com.
CMP has made a very generous gift to the Gardiner Boys and Girls Club for their new bundling according to centralmaine.com.
Boys and Girls Club of Waterville is getting $25,000 to upgrade it art space according to centralmaine.com.
Joe Biden and Sara Gideon won the Student Mock Elections in Maine according to centralmaine.com.
Susan Collins and Sara Gideon had their 4th debate last night according to centralmaine.com.
High School, College, Pro Sports: New York Giants lost to 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.
Absentee ballots in Maine have are arriving in the mail, many commutes have places where you can vote absentee in person, have special drop off boxes or extended hours according to WABI.
If you are reconsidering changing how you cast your vote this fall, check out this from centralmaine.com how what you can and cannot do if you are voting absentee.
Voters: mark your ballot ovals carefully and make your choices clear otherwise the ballots will need a review to be counted according to WABI.
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