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(5TYNTK) Monday, October 31, 2022


  1. More than 150 people (including 22 Americans) were killed when a large crowd surged into a narrow street during Halloween festivities in Seoul, South Korea over the weekend. Emma Fortier, a junior at Bowdoin, who is studying abroad was one of the 100,000 people in the crowd. She said “I climbed up a side wall and jumped down the side of a giant structure behind a building.” (WGME)


  1. Maranacook Community High School and middle schools will be closed Monday due to a threat. District leaders were informed late Saturday of an anonymous text threatening violence at the high school.  All school activities including a Haunted Halloween Walk planned by the PTO have been canceled. (WMTW)


  1. You might notice some teal pumpkins while you’re out trick or treating tonight. It’s part of a campaign from the Food Allergy Research and Education group or FARE. The idea is for kids with food allergies to have an option to fill their candy bags. Treats can include peanut and tree nut free options or even non-food items. (WGME)


  1. More than 100 zombies gathered in Monument Square to recreate the iconic “Thriller” dance video. Dancers ranged in age from 10 to 70. (WGME)


  1. With no jackpot winner on Saturday night, Powerball’s drawing tonight is worth $1 billion. This is only the second time in Powerball’s 30-year history that the jackpot has reached the billion-dollar mark. (USA)

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