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Other Maine Podcasts
Maine’s heating up ahead of the Fourth of July, and not in a good way. … Listen to the Show1 Minute Maine 7/2/2020: Face Masks Mandated, Tourists With COVID-19 & New Balance Closing Down
Maine continues to reopen, but more and more events are cancelled as 2020 moves into a new month. … Listen to the Show1 Minute Maine 7/1/2020: Baxter Open Again, No More Cops in Portland Schools & Sea Dogs Cancelled
New COVID-19 cases have popped up in congregant settings all over the state, and more businesses are opening back up. … Listen to the Show1 Minute Maine 6/30/2020: CMP Corridor on the Ballot, Theaters Reopening & Booming Fireworks Sales
1 Minute Maine 6/29/2020: Packed Old Port, Reverse 4th of July Parade & Mainer ‘Deported’ from Hawaii
Outrage today after a crowd of hundreds packed into Portland’s Wharf Street over the weekend, and a new take on an old celebration. … Listen to the Show1 Minute Maine 6/29/2020: Packed Old Port, Reverse 4th of July Parade & Mainer ‘Deported’ from Hawaii