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Maine CDC Adds 5 Deaths, 251 COVID-19 Cases On Wednesday

Five more Mainers with COVID-19 have died, and the state Center for Disease Control added another 252 cases of the disease on Wednesday.

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Maine Public Deep Dive

Join Maine Public as we continue Deep Dive: Coronavirus, look at the one-year anniversary of the pandemic, looking at what lessons have been learned and how life has changed.

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President Joe Biden is expected to reveal a $3 trillion infrastructure plan on Wednesday, and some rail supporters hope it will contain money for something called the North Atlantic Rail plan.

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The U.S. Department of Labor has ordered a Maine tomato grower to pay more than $337,000 in penalties and back wages for violating federal labor laws.

Several social service agencies in Portland are holding clinics to vaccinate homeless residents over the age of 50.

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The Portland Sea Dogs announced Tuesday that it has been given state approval for its reopening plans.

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With a large increase in vaccine doses this week, Maine CDC officials say now is the best time for residents over age 50 to get their shot.



Month In Review

Wednesday—Our panel of news editors analyzes the top headlines from the month of March in Maine, from vaccinations to the budget.