Lyme Disease Drop, Plow-able Snow & Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here are the things you need to know today......
Plow-able snow is on the was according to Newscenter.
A Hallowell snow removal ordinance is heading to a third and final reading, but it may undergo some changes before then according to centralmaine.com.
Castonguay Square may be getting a makeover according to centralmaine.com.
Hot, dry weather helped to bring a drop in Lyme disease with fewer cases than the last three years according to US News.
Augusta School Board voted to not to recognize several religious holidays from a variety of non-Christian faiths according to WGME.
Maine State Police captured a pig that had been spotted near I-95 near Portland Wednesday according to WGME.
The 'secret sister' gift chain is spreading on social media, but officials say it's a pyramid scheme and should be avoided according to WGME.
Lawyers for Congressman Bruce Poliquin are expecting the ruling today of the federal judge on stopping the ranked-choice counting process and declaring Poliquin the winner according to WGME.