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Maine starts the day with 745 active cases of COVID-19. 5,363 of the 6,254 cases recovered. There have been 146 deaths according to WABI.

Maine CDC Director Dr. Shah is concerned about the recent increase and fears it is community-driven and not linked to a certain event(s) according to Newscenter.

Amy Coney Barrett has been confirmed to the United States Supreme Court according to WABI.

Sen Susan Collins voted against the confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court according to Newscenter.

Nationally, the deaths due to coronavirus are on the rise according to WABI.

Eyestrain from the extra computer time is becoming an issue for kids but there are ways to counteract it according to WABI.

Winter is coming and Maine communities need people to drive the plow trucks according to WGME.

Maine could be looking at some snow for Friday according to WGME.

Fast Eddies Haunted Tunnel and the drive thru Trick or Treat on Water Street are two local events…here are some other Halloween things to do according to

China officials had an update on the causeway project last night according to

High School, College, Pro Sports: MNF; Rams beat the Bears 24-10 and Game 6 of the World Series is Tuesday; Dodgers lead the series 3-2

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