Counterfeit Bills in Auburn, EMS Services in Trouble & Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
Farmingdale man now has a rifle named after him according to centralmaine.com.
McCormack Building Supply will be open again this week in a few different locations in Winslow after a fire destroyed their buildings in October according to centralmaine.com.
Vassalboro man has been arrested in connection to the robbery at CVS on Capital Street in Augusta according to centralmaine.com.
Emergency medical services in Maine are facing some serious issues according to centralmaine.com.
MaineHousing says it has been awarded nearly $4 million in federal low-income housing tax credits for several projects according to US News.
Maine wreaths are now in route to Arlington National Cemetery according to US News.
Officials have still been looking for a Richmond woman missing since Nov 26th according to US News.
Police arrested three people who tried to pass counterfeit hundred dollar bills at a the Auburn Home Depot Store according to US News.
State Troopers seized five tractor-trailers belonging to a Rhode Island trucking company accused of not paying $75,000 in Maine Turnpike tolls according to US News.
Two children, ages 2 and 4, were taken to CMMC after ingesting edible marijuana according to US News.
Climate activists were blocking a train in Hooksett, N.H., Sunday carrying coal to a power plant according to Newscenter.
The FBI is presuming the base shooting in Florida was terrorism according to centralmaine.com.