Waterville’s ‘Ticonic’ on the Move, Hundreds Rally at State House and Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here are the things you need to know today......
WGME reports as recreational marijuana bills move through its process at the Maine state house, Gov LePage says he’ll be vetoing the bill, even if it passes in the senate.
The Waterville City Council will consider transferring $15,000 from one city account to another to move the Ticonic sculpture from the Concourse to Head of Falls for the RiverWalk according to centralmaine.com.
Hundreds of people showed up for the a rally at the state house. It was for a counter-protest to recent demonstrations calling for a change to gun laws. WABI reports Patriotic American Citizens held many of these events in state capitals around the US.
Bucksport Robotics Team is going to the world championship! WABI posted the team is on to Detroit, Michigan for the World Robotics Competition.
Despite the very chilly wet weather this weekend, WMTW reports another sign that spring is coming Acadia National Park opened its facilities for the season.
They are back. Ticks are starting to reappear. Ticks can survive winter because of the under the dead leaves and snow. If we had less snow they would have had a harder time according to US News.
WMTW reports former first lady Barbara Bush is in "failing health" and won't seek additional medical treatment. She is age 92.