Winslow Woman Found, New Augusta Apartments & Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here are the things you need to know today......
The body of the Winslow woman missing since Saturday was found yesterday and it looks like she committed suicide according to centralmaine.com.
Eastern Maine Healthcare Systems is changing its name to Northern Light Health according to centralmaine.com.
A zoning change in Augusta is making it easier for a new 250 apartment complex to be built on Civic Center Drive according to centralmaine.com.
It is fall and temperature were down to 26 degrees Monday morning in Caribou, breaking the old record of 27 degrees according to US News and one location in the region was in the teens.
A group of protesters in Portland is pressuring Sen. Susan Collins on the Supreme Court nomination of Brett Kavanaugh and a group in Washington DC were arrested outside her office including protesters from Maine according to centralmaine.com
"Care Force One" bus was in Bangor yesterday as part of the "Protect Our Care" nationwide tour for the Affordable Care Act and other healthcare protections according to WABI.