CMP Asks for Complaint to be Dropped, Central Maine Drug Arrests & Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here are the things you need to know today......
Janet Mills vowed Wednesday to expand health care, fight climate change and welcome young people and immigrants as she was sworn in as governor according to US News.
An oil truck burst into flames following a collision in the town of Belgrade, both drivers suffered minor injuries not related to the fire according to US News.
A Waterville man has come up with a tool he says will keep kids safer at school according to WGME.
CMP is asking the PUC to drop the complaint filed by a group of Jackman residents according to centralmaine.com.
Somerset County has approved tracking devices for sheriff's vehicles according to centralmaine.com.
Two facing charges for selling drugs in Hallowell and Augusta according to centralmaine.com.