1. Hillary Clinton’s campaign is making it official: Former Democratic rival Bernie Sanders will join her at a New Hampshire event today, where he plans to endorse her. Clinton’s campaign is holding the event at Portsmouth High School. (WMTW)
2. The Bangor Police Department took to social media Monday to address the Pokémon Go madness, with a little gentle humor. The post reminded people that the game is not “intended to be used while driving” and that if they are walking around Bangor while playing, they should remember to stop before crossing a street. The post also said that someone could be charged for “distracted driving” if caught playing behind the wheel. (FB)
3. The city of South Portland is inching closer to joining other cities and towns in southern Maine in pushing school start times later. South Portland Superintendent of Schools Ken Kunin is a big supporter of having the high school start later. “We’d like to get high school to start sometime between 8 a.m. and 8:30 a.m., and we’ll see how far it can go,” Kunin, said. “We’ve got to make it work for elementary, middle and high school though.” (WCSH)
4. On Monday morning, Tim Duncan announced that he has decided to go through with his retirement plans after 19 seasons in the NBA. And he did it in just about the most Tim Duncan way possible—by issuing a low-key press release through the Spurs. Since drafting Duncan, the Spurs won five championships and had a .710 winning percentage, which is the best 19-year stretch in NBA history and was the best in all of the NBA, NFL, NHL and MLB over the last 19 years. (Complex)
5. Amazon is holding its second annual Prime Day today and the company is promising more than 100,000 deals across nearly all of its categories, including TVs, toys and electronics. (CNN)
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