Real ID Deadline, Minor Gas Leak in Augusta & Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
Maine saw the nation's largest drop in household income last year according to US News.
Maine’s gas prices are down a bit to an average $2.54, nationally its $2.64 up 22 cents from a year ago according to US News.
Officials want to know what happened to a cyclist found unconscious on the side of the road in West Bath according to US News.
A helicopter pilot is in critical condition after crashing on the runway in Sanford according to US News.
Mainers have one year to get a Real ID if you want to use their license to board a plane otherwise you will need a passport according to WGME.
The Paper Store at the Marketplace was evacuated yesterday after a minor gas leak was detected but it was quickly addressed according to Newscenter.
A 6 year old boy was hit by a car as he was getting on a school bus in Farmington according to Newscenter.
A Windsor man arrested in Winslow found with drugs and guns according to centralmaine.com.
An Augusta man was hit by a car last week according to centralmaine.com.
Maranacook High School stayed open after a vague threat in a chat room according to centralmaine.com.
Maine has renamed it “Indigenous Peoples’ Day” but the mayor of Waterville proclaims October 14th as Columbus Day according to centralmaine.com.
A Winslow teen just finished a thu-hike of the Appalachian Trail and finished high school early to clear her senior year for this journey according to centralmaine.com.