Two 14-Year-Olds Charged for Car Fire & Other Things You Need to Know
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
RUS 74, the North Anson area, is delaying school for a week due to a positive CV-19 test according to WABI.
The summer weather made it easier for Maine restaurant to have outdoor space for customers, many are now getting ready for the cooler weather and COVID according to Newscenter.
Maine will be getting about $7.5M to help fight our opioid crisis according to WABI.
Two 14-year-olds, a boy and a girl, are being charged with burglary and arson for setting a car on fire in Fairfield last month according to WABI.
Current waivers for the school meal programs to feed any kid who asks for a meal are being extended until the end of the year according to centralmaine.com.
Gas prices are up a bit in Maine on average to $2.17 a gallon, up two cents in the last month and .48 lower than this time of last year according to US News.
Sports: Sox and the Bruins lost…Celtics tonight