Public Hearings on Gun Control Bills, Spring Rabies Cases, & Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today......
Spring rabies cases are starting to be reported in Maine...Chelsea, Bowdoinham, Bowdoin, Winthrop according to centralmaine.com.
Public hearings today as Maine lawmakers consider gun control bills according to US News.
The Maine Senate voted for an independent environmental impact study on how CMP's transmission line according to centralmaine.com.
Gov Mills said she would sign a bill to ban conversion therapy for minors if it makes it to her desk according to US News.
CMP wants environmental groups to know that no herbicides or pesticides will be used to clear vegetation along a proposed 145-mile transmission line according to US News.
Maine recognized 15 stand-out teachers according to centralmaine.com.
Maine is asking for input on the flag to use for the bicentennial according to WGME.
For a variety of reasons Maine DOT is struggling to keep its plow drivers according to WGME.
'Pathways' program is helping some central Maine high school students graduate with their diploma AND an associate's degree according to Newscenter.
Ice-out at Moosehead according to WABI.
Construction cost have caused many road projects to be postponed, here is more from centralmaine.com.