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Former Surgeon General to Speak at Maine Opioid Summit
Former surgeon general Vivek Murthy is slated to deliver the keynote address at the event.
Start of Fall Sports Delayed in Maine High Schools
Exactly how many schools will be able to participate in athletics remains to be seen.
Maine’s Open Farm Day will be Live Online
Many agricultural businesses are open to the public, but farmers and state officials are asking residents to take safety precautions before stopping by.
L.L. Bean Inks First Wholesaler Partnerships in US
The company’s first wholesale agreements in the U.S. represent a push to get L.L. Bean products in front of more consumers.
Maine Likely to Add another Area Code
Maine's Public Utilities Commission also found that only 37% of numbers with a 207 area code were in use.
Drug Overdoses Growing in Maine; Opioid Crisis Intensified
The report points to factors including “social isolation, economic difficulty, and reluctance to seek medical attention” during the pandemic.
Maine Keeping Restrictions on Visitors From MA, RI
The state has eased restrictions on residents of Vermont, New Hampshire, New York, Connecticut and New Jersey.
Census Bureau Doing In-Person Visits in Maine
Census workers wear cloth face masks and come equipped with hand sanitizer, gloves, laptops and cellphones.
Biologists Say No Cause for Alarm over Dead Fish in Four Lakes
Average temperatures last month at Caribou were nearly 4 degrees above normal for June.
Maine Likely to Extend State of Emergency
Maine has reported more than 3,400 cases of the virus.