Gardiner Bridge Work, Gas Going Up & Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here are the things you need to know today......
Controversial Tweet by Nick Isgro, the Waterville’s mayor and the vice chairman of the Maine Republican Party, have divided Republican leadership according to centralmaine.com.
China's three fire chief's raised concerns over proposed cuts to stipends, inquiries into their fundraising and a lack of communication with the town according to centralmaine.com.
Work is now starting on a two year, two bridge project in Gardiner according to centralmaine.com.
Police affidavit filed in a killing in the town of Swanville man indicates a love triangle may have led to a man being shot seven times according to US News.
Signs with a neo-Nazi slogan, "It's okay to be white" have been popping up near Bates College according to US News.
Gasoline prices are still on their way up 6.4 cents to $2.49 a gallon in Maine according to US News.
Voters in Thorndike approved an ordinance replacing an independent fire company with a town fire department after the firefighters resigned according to US News.
Just days after a gunman attacked two mosques in New Zealand, killing 50, the country is already looking at changing its gun laws according to US News.