Lawsuit in 2017 Toy Run Crash, Vaping on the Increase with Teens & Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here are the things you need to know today......
The attorney Ayla Reynolds's mother is ready to discuss potential litigation according to US News. Ayla has been missing from Waterville for seven years.
The state of Maine has removed a Facebook page detailing the potential dangers of marijuana according to US News.
Officials have I.D. the people found dead in a mobile home in Richmond according to US News.
Maine might get $65 million in federal money for a state program aimed at reducing health insurance premiums and the uninsured according to US News.
Community colleges in the state are using a grant to expand short-term training for high-demand jobs according to US News.
A bill to help bring high-speed internet to farms has passed according to US News.
A 7-year-old girl died of dehydration and shock while in Border Patrol custody according to US News.
Vaping is on the increase with high school students according to US News.
Greater Augusta Utility District considering new storm water overflow prevention formula according to centralmaine.com.
Gov. LePage has some budget proposals to help get the governor-elect according to centralmaine.com.
Lisbon couple is suing the family of the man who caused the 2017 Toy Run crash according to centralmaine.com.