Fall Sports, School Bus Driver Shortage & Other Things You Need to Know
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
Maine starts the day with 465 active cases of COVID-19. 4,131 of the 4,734 cases recovered. There have been 134 deaths according to WABI.
School is staring in Lewiston and they are facing a shortage of school bus drivers according to WGME.
The Maine Principals Association and the state met and were talking about fall sports according to WGME.
A new book claims President Trump said he wanted to play down COVID-19 according to centralmaine.com.
HGTV will be giving away a home located in Portland according to WMTW.
The man charged in connection to a drive-by shooting in February that injured a 7-year-old in Waterville has withdrawn his plea according to centralmaine.com.
The Gardiner planning board is looking at a revised plan for the development of the old MaineGeneral building on Dresden Ave according to centralmaine.com.
A rollover accident on the Clinton-Fairfield line was likely caused by a bad tire according to centralmaine.com.
An employee at the correctional facility in Charleston has tested positive for COVID-19 according to centralmaine.com, but there is little risk co-workers or prisoners were exposed.
Celtics lost, Red Sox play Thursday. NFL. Texans and Chiefs play tonight.
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