Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....

Maine weather for your area from Maine.gov.

Maine starts the day with 1,147 active cases of COVID-19. 5,631 of the 6,926 cases recovered. There have been 148 deaths according to centralmaine.com.

Many of the election results have been too close to make any solid calls and it will be days before all votes are counted and then certified. Here are some projected election results from yesterday from centralmaine.com.

As of early this morning (3am) Joe Biden has a slight lead in the Electoral College and Susan Collins has a lead over Sarah Gideon.

Police have released the names of the two found dead in an apartment in Richmond but have not information about the deaths according to centralmaine.com.

More rent relief will be available in Maine according to WMTW.

A man out on bail for another shooting has been arrested in connection to the death of a man in Lewiston on Sunday according to WMTW.

Gov. Mill, like many other governors, have done for their states, has extended the state Civil Emergency that allows Maine to tap federal resources according to WABI.

Almost 10 million Americans are behind on rent or mortgage according to CNN.

Gardiner still wants to develop and extend the Cobbossee Trail according to centralmaine.com.

High School, College, Pro Sports:    TNF will be Green Bay and San Francisco.

 


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