Birthday Cards for an Augusta Boy, Hallowell Woman Charged & Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is holding a public hearing today on CMP’s 145-mile transmission line through Maine according to US News.
A Hallowell woman was a charged with assault and robbery from an incident at Boynton’s Market according to WABI.
Flu season is underway and Maine has already seen it’s first flu related death according to WABI.
An Augusta 13 year-old has been receiving dozens of cards as a birthday wish according to WGME.
Businesses have been donating gas meters to local fire departments and would like to see other do the same according to WGME.
The Trump administration is tightening work requirements for SNAP benefits according to WMTW.
The state issued a warning about websites that attempt to help with your unemployment claims, Mainers should only file with the state directly maine.gov/unemployment according to WMTW.
Divers searched a river in Falmouth for a missing Richmond woman according to centralmaine.com.
Officials say this is the best time of year to get rid of browntail caterpillars according to US News.
A Dutch firm has proposed to build a fish farm in Jonesport according to US News.