Balcer Plea, Winslow Veggie Thief and Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here are the things you need to know today......
The Winthrop transgender teen charged with killing her parents almost two years ago is set to plead guilty this afternoon according to US News. (Balcer's jail house interview with centralmaine.com)
A 95 year old Winslow woman, who had her veggies stolen from the Winslow Community Garden, now has a bounty crop thanks to other caring gardeners in the area according to Newscenter.
The Waterville City Council voted against asking Colby and Thomas Colleges to pay millions to help lower residents tax rates according to WABI.
The Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife is making it easier for hunters to register their big game animals with a new web-based system according to US News.
The murderer that had escaped prison before was captured yesterday according to US News.
Acadia National Park officials the park is on track to pass last visitors count according to US News.