Funeral Plans for Me State Trooper, Referendum on ‘Indians’ Nickname & Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here are the things you need to know today......
The funeral Maine State Det. Benjamin Campbell is set for Tuesday, April 9 at the Cross Insurance Arena in Portland according to Newscenter.
The investigation into the accident that killed a state trooper found the logging truck involved has had several violations over the years according to US News. An inspection of the vehicle will take several days.
Lawmakers looking at an extraction fee of 12 cents per gallon for Maine groundwater that is bottled by Poland Spring according to the Sun Journal.
The bill to cut back on car inspections failed in committee according to the Sun Journal.
The Skowhegan school board did discuses a petition for referendum vote on ‘Indians’ nickname/mascot according to centralmaine.com.
Maine House votes to ban foam food &beverage containers statewide, but the bill faces additions votes according to centralmaine.com.
More Mainers has the flu this year, but fewer cases ended up with hospitalization according to US News.
Bucksport police charged a woman with murder in connection with the death of a 2-year-old girl in 2017 according to WMTW.
'EAT' sign is returning to Rockland according to the Bangor Daily News.