Body Found in Norway, Fentanyl Caused Baby’s Death & Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
Officials are investigating a body that was found buried at a property in Norway according to WMTW.
Some of the firefighters and injured are still in the hospital, 30 people are homeless and officials are still looking at the exact cause of Monday’s explosion in Farmington according to centralmaine.com.
A maintenance manager at the building in Farmington saved lives by evacuating the building that exposed according to US News. He was one of the people injured in the blast that did kill a firefighter.
A Bangor baby's death last year was caused by fentanyl and the mom is facing charges according to US News.
Augusta and Waterville dealing with marijuana businesses according to centralmaine.com.
Augusta gun range may open before the end of the month according to centralmaine.com.
Mainers who want to stop a state law from taking effect with a People’s Veto have a deadline of today to get signatures into the state according to US News.
The former press secretary for Gov. LePage is considering a run for Maine’s 2nd District U.S. House seat according to centralmaine.com.
UMaine system is switching to a single accreditation for the seven campuses according to US News.
A BUNCH of new laws take effect Thursday: cell phone use, school food shaming, e-cigs, vaccines, assisted suicide, gun laws, safety seats and lots more according to centralmaine.com.