State Bird to Remain Simply the “Chickadee”, Body Found in Palmyra Hotel & Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here are the things you need to know today......
The Maine state bird will remain the chickadee without a specific species of chickadee after a bill for clarification died in committee according to centralmaine.com.
A conflict over snow plowing in Pittston caused some controversy at the Board of Selectmen meeting according to centralmaine.com.
The Hallowell sidewalk could be extended as part of the boat landing renovation according to centralmaine.com.
Supporters and critics will have a say today about CMP's total offer to win support for a 145-mile transmission line across western Maine according to US News.
Center for Reproductive Rights is filing a federal lawsuit on behalf of Maine Family Planning to try to block new rules for family planning grants that are backed by the Trump administration according to US News.
An arrest warrant out for a 74 year old New Sharon woman who was sentenced to nearly a year in jail in an animal cruelty case and has not served it according to US News.
The Somerset County Sheriff's Office is investigating after a man’s body was discovered in a Palmyra hotel according to centralmaine.com.
Facebook says it's going to "double down on privacy" according to WABI.
The democrats have a new bill to restore 'net neutrality' rules according to WABI.