Augusta Drug Arrests, Extra State Revenue & Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today......
Removing the religious and philosophical exemptions to vaccines faces votes before it goes to Gov Mills desk according to US News.
The chairman of MePUC is leaving at a time where energy policy and utility rate issues are facing Maine according to US News.
The city of Gardiner is going to be looking for a new economic director according to centralmaine.com.
A Florida man broke into a home in York, Maine and got into bed with an 11-year-old girl before called for help according to US News.
Maine is expected to see millions in extra state revenues and Gov Mills wants to put state's rainy day fund, Riverview Psychiatric Center's debt, opioid programs and school repairs according to US News.
Parking at Portland Head Light at Fort Williams Park will no longer be free according to US News.
Augusta police arrested two men on drug charges yesterday according to WABI.