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#OnlyInMaine: Lawnmower races were held recently on the ice in Lincolnville according to centralmaine.com.

More winter weather could be on the way for Friday and for Sunday according to Newscenter.

Thanks to the owner of the NE Patriots, 4 Maine healthcare workers will join 76 other vaccinated healthcare workers from New England and fly on the Patriots jet to attend the Super Bowl according to WMTW.

Androscoggin County Commissioners are looking at a resolution that supports a decision to not wear a mask according to Sun Journal.

The Maine CDC is concerned over MaineGeneral allowing donors to get the COVID vaccine ahead of the public; MaineGeneral said they had used it a test run before they started with the public according to WABI.

Maine is still working on a statewide COVID vaccine registration system according to WABI.

Maine has 422 new COVID cases yesterday for a total of 39,960 cases and Maine reported 23 more deaths for a total of 618 according to WABI.

The Me Department of Labor has fixed an issue that caused some Mainers to not get their unemployment benefits according to WABI.

The fire at Folsoms Auto Sales, Service, and Salvage in Skowhegan has been ruled accidental according to WABI.

A bill to give Maine officials more time to count absentee ballots is being opposed by some according to centralmaine.com.

Two federal agents were killed, three injured and the suspect they were serving a warrant on is dead in a shootout in Florida according to CNN.

Local, College, Professional sports scoreboard: Celtics won last night and play again tonight. Red Sox start spring training on Feb 27.  NFL: Super Bowl Sunday, Feb 7th with Tampa Bay and Kansas City.


Maine weather for your area from Maine.gov.


 


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