Heating Oil Prices, Marketplace Changes & Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here are the things you need to know today......
Augusta Police are looking to i.d. the man who robbed the Bangor Street Subway yesterday and got away with some money according to centralmaine.com.
Two way traffic should return to downtown Hallowell Friday according to centralmaine.com.
Augusta City Councilors will take a look at a zoning change for Marketplace to expand the types of business allowed according to centralmaine.com.
Maine's next governor could face a half-a-billion dollar spending gap according to US News.
Maine has avoided $28 million in federal penalties, in part, by making sure enough welfare recipients are working according to US News.
Heating oil are averaging $2.88 per gallon, which is 14 cents higher than a month ago. It's also up from $2.18 per gallon from a year ago and kerosene and propane are up as well according to US News.
Search teams found no signs to the whereabouts of a 47-year-old elementary school teacher who went to be Sunday night at her home in North Yarmouth home and was gone Monday morning. Her vehicle, cellphone and keys were found in the house according to US News.
There is a new app to help you identify ticks according to Newscenter.
The Presidential Alert is due to happen around 2.:15 today and it will say this is only a test according to WABI.