Vaccine Exemptions Eliminated, Skowhegan Stabbing & Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
Gov. Mills has signed the bill eliminating religious and philosophical exemptions for vaccinations according to US News.
Maine is working on a plan to eliminate hunger, food insecurity and malnutrition in 10 years according to US News.
A stabbing in Skowhegan according to centralmaine.com.
The China firefighter stipend issue has caused the chiefs hire a lawyer according to centralmaine.com.
A new Maine law require business with over 100 people give more notice of major layoffs or relocations according to US News.
Maine has a plan to be able to export energy by 2030 according to US News.
Networking mountain bike trails in northern New England will help give a vacation business to some rural area according to US News.
An Augusta police officer was cleared of excessive force according to centralmaine.com.
Pres. Trump supported North Korea's personal attack on former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden according to US News.
A 36-year-old bald eagle, the states oldest, has after a broken leg according to US News.
For Boston Red Soxs player Bill Buckner had died at the age of 69 according to US News.