Manchester Tightens Rules on Plastic Bags, More Bills Become Laws & Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
Gov Mills signed the bills banning the minors from using tanning beds and dozens of other bills this session according to US News.
Manchester residents decided to tighten rules on banned plastic bags and cap the number of marijuana stores at 3 according to centralmaine.com
Today Maine State Police said are doing an update on the investigation into the crash that killed Detective Ben Campbell in April according to WMTW.
Legislation has been introduced to make it easier to get local foods into the schools according to US News.
Waterville's planning board will look at plans for a proposed hotel at in downtown according to centralmaine.com.
Key Plaza in Augusta yesterday was evacuated because of an underground electrical issue according to centralmaine.com.
A Richmond man has been indicted on that include unlawful sexual touching of three minors, furnishing liquor to a minor and a felony count of witness tampering according to centralmaine.com.
A measure to require background checks for private gun sales has been rejected in the House according to US News.
The prosecution rested yesterday in the John Williams trial according to WGME.
A man putting fuel on a fire accidentally burned his one-year-old son in Calais according to WGME. The boy is being treated at Mass General.
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders is leaving the administration according to Newcenter.
Distracted driving resulted in a three car crash in Palmyra yesterday according to Newscenter.
The Monmouth Fair is open for the weekend with its new early season dates.
Trek Across Maine starts today from the Brunswick Landing to Bates in Lewiston then to Colby in Waterville, riders will come through Augusta on Sunday morning effectively closing the Rail Trail to others for a little while and then back to Brunswick.