More Moose Deaths, Hallowell Fire & Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
Moose deaths are increasing and could get worse with climate change according to US News.
No one was injured but were left homeless after a fire at an apartment building in Hallowell according to WGME.
The father of a 1-year-old whose October 2018 death was linked to fentanyl has turned himself in according to US News.
A crash in Waterville brought down a utility police, flipped the minivan and injured the driver according to WGME.
Four people were arrested after a drug bust Friday in Vassalboro according to centralmaine.com.
Manchester is leaving a mutual aid pact with neighboring towns and looking for new relationships according to centralmaine.com.
Officials have confirmed it was a propane leak that caused the Farmington explosion but are looking for what caused the line that leaked to be damaged and what set it off according to US News.
Maine’s small game hunting season is getting underway according to US News.
The weekend’s Dempsey challenge and expansion plans are in the works for the Dempsey Center according to US News.
Bill Clinton and Jeb Bush in Biddeford at an education summit and talked of when the parties worked together according to US News.