Maine Gas Prices, Wandering Chelsea Toddler and Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here are the things you need to know today......
Mainers will see lower fines on their speeding tickets according to US News.
A judge has tossed a legal challenge of Gov. LePage's executive order halting wind turbine permits, while leaving the door open to revisit the topic according to US News.
A judge urged the Knox County district attorney to review previous cases involving the officer according to US News.
The trial for a Kennebunk High School teacher who's accused of having a sex with a student is set to begin this week according to US News.
Gas prices are down a penny on average in Maine and nationally, but prices are still about 50cents higher than a year ago according to US News.
A toddler was found walking alone on Route 9 in Chelsea Monday morning according to centralmaine.com.
Bangor is considering investing its own funds for high speed city wide broadband according to Bangor Daily News.
Oakfest in Oakland starts this Friday.
Fire destroyed a Chelsea home leaving the family homeless according to centralmaine.com.
Waterville Police were called yesterday afternoon for a report of a cat with an arrow in its back, but the officer was unable to catch the cat according to centralmaine.com.