Active Shooter Training, E-Cig Related Acute Lung Illness in Maine & Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
Some central Maine schools are using a new active shooter training program according to centralmaine.com.
The state’s Fire Marshal's Office has wrapped up its work on the explosion site in Farmington, but isn't ready to release any conclusions according to US News.
The first offense penalty for drivers who violate the state's new cell phone law will be $85 and that is more in line with lawmakers' intentions according to US News.
The parent company of Hannaford has new restrictions on the use of chemical products and packaging called hazardous by some environmental groups according to US News.
Maine is seeing it’s first case of acute lung illness related to the use of e-cigarettes according to US News. More from centralmaine.com
Kennebec Valley Roller Derby is getting more active in the area according to centralmaine.com.
Maine might break its record for single-family home sales according to US News.