CMP Smart Meter Improvements, Pit Bull Attack and Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here are the things you need to know today......
Two-way traffic in Downtown Augusta may have to wait until spring because of the logistics and getting things done before cold weather arrives according to centrlmaine.com.
Producers of pure maple syrup and honey will have an alternative to the new FDA requirement to label the products as having added sugar when they don't according to centralmaine.com.
Gov. LePage is leading a trade mission Ireland and the UK according to US News.
This afternoon Maine election officials will draw the order of bond questions for November according to US News.
CMP is improving its smart meter network to make sure thing stay working the way they should in a power outage according to US News.
A Mom and her two teenage daughters were attacked by a pit bull in Rumford according to US News.
Two people were seriously injured after falling off a third floor porch in Lewiston according to US News.
A home on Sewell Street was hit by car Monday causing some major damage night according to centralmaine.com.