Spring Ice Breaking on the Kennebec, Coronavirus Updates & Other Things You Need to Know
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
Coronavirus number is growing in the US and we have just over 100 according to CNN.
Gov. Mills convened a team to deal with the potential spread of coronavirus. Maine has not had a confirmed case, but now New Hampshire has according to US News.
The Trump administration has released almost all the remaining heating assistance but held back $37 million to fight the coronavirus according to US News.
The gas prices are down in Maine, averaging $2.39 per gallon, a drop of 3 cents according to US News.
The Coast Guard Cutter will start working on the braking the ice on the Kennebec starting today according to WABI.
Maine State Trooper was able to help a scam victim and stop the money transfer before it was too late according to WABI.
Due to the damage done, officials are not sure what caused the Augusta fire on Malta Street according to centralmaine.com.
A resources fair will be held Thursday at Farrington School for the victims of the Malta Street fire according to the Augusta Housing Authority.
After quitting in protest, the 18 firefighters in Paris Maine are reinstated according to WGME.
The Office Max in Auburn will be closing according to the Sun Journal.