Shots Fired in Augusta, Blaine House Solar Panels & Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here are the things you need to know today......
More winter weather on the way for Tuesday night into Wednesday according to Newscenter.
Gov. Mills is taking steps to install solar panels on the Blaine House and wants Maine to be more welcoming of renewable energy according to US News.
Augusta police continue to investigate a report of several shots being fired on South Belfast Avenue according to centralmaine.com.
Bagel Mainea in Augusta has new owners according to centralmaine.com.
Monmouth Fire has been training to rescue people and pets from icy waters according to centralmaine.com
A number of people and organizations are working to promote civility in Maine politics and beyond according to centralmaine.com.
This week's 'Criminal Minds’ episode set in Lewiston according to centralmaine.com.
Maine broke records for the number of homes sold and the median price in 2018 according to US News.
Sharon Abrams Teen Parent School in Waterville reports a graduation rate nearly double the average for such teens according to US News.
The New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams have arrived in Atlanta to prepare for Super Bowl Sunday according to US News.
President Trump expressed skepticism on Sunday that U.S. lawmakers could reach a deal on border security that he would accept according to US News.