DiPietro’s Lawyer Speaks, Hallowell Road Project & Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today......
Justin DiPietro's lawyer, speaking for his client after the wrong death complaint has been filed, says DiPietro had nothing to do with the death of his daughter and has no idea what happened to Ayla Reynolds according to US News. (more from centralmaine.com)
Maine Law Officer Memorial Day is today and part of State Street in Augusta (near the capital complex) will be closed today around lunch time.
In Benton, one man was arrested after a home invasion according to the Maine State Police.
The final phase of the downtown Hallowell road project is underway according to centralmaine.com.
Prosecutors allege a Facebook fight became a real right when a man kicked a Caribou man in the face and he died according to US News.
Alabama's new and the most abortion rules in the nation was signed into law according to US News.
The wrecker, delivering a dock system to the waterfront in Harpswell, ended up in the water according to WGME.
A car hit a Waterville nursing home yesterday according to centralmaine.com.
An end to a online Advanced Placement program for Maine high-school students has drawn criticism according to US News.