‘No-Smoking’ Protest, Lewiston Stabbing and Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here are the things you need to know today......
A New York man convicted for his role in the beating death of Joe Marceau of Augusta was sentenced Friday according to WMTW.
A Hampden woman shot and killed Friday was divorcing the brother of her alleged killer according to the Bangor Daily News.
Residents living in Waterville Housing Authority buildings have not been allowed to smoke in the buildings, but now that includes the grounds and parking areas according to centralmaine.com and that has caused some issues.
The ex-husband of a Hampden woman who died of multiple gunshot wounds says she was in the process of divorcing the suspect's brother according to US News.
Thousands of child care workers have to undergo criminal background checks and fingerprinting under a new Maine law according to US News.
Lewiston Police are investigating the stabbing death of a woman who was attacked outside of a laundromat in downtown according to US News.
A new law says Maine will no longer suspend driver's licenses over unpaid fines according to US News.