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Maine Sets June 1 Date for Lodging for Out-Of-State Visitors
Maine’s lodging industry has said that the quarantine could be a deal breaker for tourists this summer.
First Phase of Reopening Maine’s Economy
Maine residents are required to wear cloth coverings over their mouth and nose in the marketplace when social distancing was not possible.
Eight Test Positive for COVID-19 at Maine Food-Processing Plant
Tyson Foods is working with the state to test all 300+ workers at its Portland facility.
Maine State Police Shoot, Kill Hiram Man after 12-Hour Standoff
Police say the 59-year-old man refused orders to drop his weapon and opened fire.
Maine CDC: 5% of Coronavirus Tests are Positive in Maine
The state is working to expand its testing for people infected with the new coronavirus and is exploring testing for antibodies.
Maine Wardens Rescue Hiker at Moxie Falls
State officials and volunteers were able to place 18-year-old Antonio Jacobs into a rescue jacket after he fell into a gorge Monday at the base of Moxie Falls.
Another Person Dies from Motorcycle & Vehicle Crash
The driver and sole occupant of the vehicle wasn’t seriously injured.
17 Killed in Nova Scotia Shooting, Deadliest in Canadian History
He was arrested by the RCMP Sunday in a gas station in Enfield, Nova Scotia, northwest of Halifax. Police later said he had died.
Investigation Begins into Cause of Massive Paper Mill Blast
Officials said Thursday that the mill was shut down indefinitely.
Virus Adds to Worker Comp Claims in Maine
Claims are expected in the coming weeks for injuries suffered at home by Mainers who are working remotely.