Central Maine News: Lawmakers To Consider Changes to Maine’s Concealed Permit System
These are some of the stories central Maine is talking about today.
Maine lawmakers are considering significant changes to the state’s concealed handgun permitting system aimed at ensuring that all applicants are getting proper background checks.
The Augusta school board voted to drop Cony accreditation in favor of a less expensive review.
The federal government says more than five times as many Mainers signed up for health insurance on the online exchange in the second month of enrollment compared to the first.
Plans for a new Maine Army National Guard headquarters building are on hold because Maine does not own the property that officials plan to use to gain access to the site.
LePage met with college students to discuss ways that Maine can attract and maintain young people as the state’s population continues to age.
America’s Most Attractive People,” Portland Maine has made the top 5.
Ice danger warning after an Auburn dog was rescued from Taylor Pond.