Dogs Ordered Euthanized, Moose Collisions Down & Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here are the things you need to know today......
As Gardiner is working to institute a leash law, the two dogs involved in an attack this summer in Gardiner have been ordered to be euthanized according to centralmaine.com.
Winslow police asking for helping in finding a missing woman according to centramaine.com
A judge is hearing arguments over claims that police beat John Williams, the person accused of killing Somerset County Sheriff's deputy Cpl. Eugene Cole according to US News.
An Augusta woman, who desperately needs a kidney transplant, is taking to the streets to try and find a donor according to centralmaine.com.
Car/moose collision are down in the last ten year in Maine according to US News.
Maine's expanded moose hunt is getting started in the far northern and Down East parts of the state according to US News.
Pop artist Robert Indiana home, where his artwork would be preserved and displayed on Vinalhaven, needs work and could be beyond repair by the time his estate is settled according to US News.
Equal Justice Partners wants the courts to step in over Gov LePage's move to urge federal regulators to reject a court-ordered Medicaid expansion plan according to US News.
Suicide is on the rise and Maine is offering free online training for doctors and counselors according to US News.