Augusta Demolishes a Home, Waterville Dog Attack & Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
A 14 year old dog died after being attacked Monday afternoon by a German shepherd that escaped from its house according to centralmaine.com. The owner is being charged with keeping a dangerous dog.
The Boys and Girls Club of Kennebec Valley has plans to build a new building in Gardiner according to centralmaine.com.
About 305,000 Mainers are due to receive at least $100 from the state for the Homestead Exemption according to WMTW.
CMP’s parent company is looking at merging with a Pennsylvania company according to centralmaine.com.
The death of a 48-year-old Richmond man is now a homicide and is still under investigation according to US News.
A Maine hemp farm has lost its bank and insurance according to centralmaine.com.
Augusta demolishes a home after it is determined to unlivable according to centralmaine.com.
Vaping devices and cartridges will be accepted this year at National Drug Take Back Day as a safe way to dispose of them according to WMTW.
Two Somerset County men charged in connections to some break-ins according to WABI.