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    Day in Photos – May 11, 2020 - Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal | of | Share this photo

    Jules Dostie scrapes 130 years of paint off a column in front of the former Marcotte Furniture building at the corner of Pine and Lisbon Streets in Lewiston Monday morning May 11, 2020. The columns and brick facade have been covered for several decades. The building is getting a $2.3 million facelift featuring 12 market rate apartments and street-level commercial space that is scheduled to be completed by the end of the year according to developer Jules Patry.

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    Julia Romanoski of Jay removes her face covering for some fresh air Monday afternoon as she leaves Marden's in Lewiston. David Dionne, background in red shirt, a 20-year employee, keeps count so only 50 people are in the store at any given time. "I think the masks and precautions are necessary and a good idea," Romanoski said. According to a Facebook post May 4 by owners Ham and John Marden, the state gave permission for the reopening if owners followed "very specific procedures and restrictions set in place for us by the Maine Department of Economic Development."

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    Day in Photos – May 11, 2020 - Daryn Slover/Sun Journal | of | Share this photo

    Annabelle Longley, 8, and her brother, Ethan, 10, ride scooters at Walton Elementary School in Auburn on Monday. Their mother, Jamie Longley, was walking laps around the paved track while the two played. Annabelle and Ethan are students at Sherwood Heights Elementary School.

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    Barbara Jordan, left, watches her granddaughter, Tiana Tripp, right, sweep the walk in front of her house on Pleasant Street in Auburn while their friend and "unadopted child," Christina Smith, carefully rakes the front lawn Monday morning. Showers or thunderstorms were forecast for the afternoon, and Tuesday's forecast is for cooler temps but sunny.

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