The novel coronavirus, which causes COVID-19, a respiratory illness, is impacting many aspects of our lives in Maine and all over the world. We are dedicated to keeping you up to date on how the pandemic is affecting you and your neighbors in Bangor and all of eastern Maine.
2 Brewer Teachers Sing about Pool Testing with 'Booger Side Down'
Teachers are great at finding creative ways to educate their kids, like these 2 Brewer educators who used a humorous song to explain pool testing.
Healthcare Workers Who Say No to Vaccine May Not Get Unemployment
Healthcare workers who lose their jobs after refusing to get the COVID vaccine may not be able to collect unemployment benefits.
Bangor Jail has Over 200 Inmates, Limited Officers, and COVID
The staff and resources are already stretched to the limit at PCJ, but now COVID is making things so much worse.
One Month In: Here Are the Schools With Most Active COVID Cases Currently In Maine
Currently, 113 Maine schools are in Outbreak status.
Hermon High & Middle Schools Move to Remote Learning Monday
Hermon school officials have decided to switch to remote learning at the high school and middle school levels, due to a surge in cases of COVID-19.
Other Than Panic, What Can A Mainer Do If You Lose Your Vax Card?
It'll take some time, and you'll need to be patient, and there's no way to rush it. But hey... that seems to be the mantra of the current world, right?
David Lee Murphy Tests Positive for COVID-19, Cancels Shows
"Please keep David Lee in your thoughts and prayers for a speedy recovery," his team shares.
Maine Health Experts Say It's Time to Start Wearing Masks Again
Maine's health leaders gathered together on Thursday, encouraging residents to return to personal pandemic protocols.
Maine's Episcopal Diocese Requires Vaccinations of Clergy, Staff
The Bishop of Maine's Episcopal Diocese announced this week that all members of its clergy and staff are required to be vaccinated against COVID-19.