Central Maine News: Police Seeking Answers In Gardiner Shooting
These are some of the stories central Maine is talking about today.
A man is wanted for questioning in connection with the shooting Saturday night of his girlfriend in her home in Gardiner.
Fairfield Food Pantry was presented with $25,000 in matching funds gave a needed boost to the pantry’s fundraising campaign.
Advocates say a new mandate that requires that applicants show their Social Security cards before they can get federal heating assistance is delaying aid to those who need it.
More than 1,300 Maine residents are being notified that their personal information may have been released in a security lapse in an unemployment benefit payment system.
Maine residents donated 930 winter coats last month to help Maine seniors stay warm this winter.
Eleven truckloads of Maine wreaths are going to be rolling toward Arlington National Cemetery.