Joy-Riding Teens & Other Things You Need to Know
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
Maine starts the day with 417 active cases of CV-19. Overall, 3,624 of the 4,168 of the total cases are recovered and there have been 127 deaths according to WABI.
Ranked Choice Voting will not be on the November ballot according to WABI, not enough valid signatures were not submitted.
Allen’s Coffee Brandy is putting out limited edition bottles that looks like lighthouses according to WABI. There are due to be six different designs.
As of Friday, New Balance with facilities in Skowhegan and Norridgewock are closed temporarily after an employee has tested positive for CV-19 according to WABI.
With more people boating this summer on Long Lake in southern Maine, there is now an increase of complaints about people pooping in the lake and along the shoreline according to WGME.
Retail sales for adult-use marijuana is due to start in Maine October 9 according to WABI..
Maine based Puritan Medical is getting $51M to increase its production of CV-19 test swabs according to WABI.
Over 700 backpacks were given away yesterday in the Greater Augusta Back to School Program with the Augusta Elks according to centralmaine.com.
Three kids, ages 13 and 14, are facing charges for taking two cars out for joy rides and crashing one of them in Augusta according to centralmaine.com.
With some modifications and limited seating, Concord Buses are starting to run again according to WGME.
Sox lost Sunday; Sox, Celtics and Bruins in action tonight.