Horse Rescued from Icy Waters, Augusta Crash Kills One & Other Things You Need to Know
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
One man died after a three-car crash in Augusta last night according to WABI.
The Farmington building manager injured in the propane explosion, Larry Lord, has been upgraded to fair according to WABI.
Yesterday morning’s closure of the interstate in Augusta ended with a man who committed suicide according to WABI.
A14-year-old Canton girl was injured yesterday when a pickup with a plow hit her while she was walking to the bus according to WGME.
Lewiston has sworn in its first Somali-American city councilor according to WGME.
A horse was rescued from Pattee’s Pond in Winslow yesterday according to centralmaine.com.
Gardiner officials will be talking about a parking study done for the city according to centralmaine.com.
MaineHousing has awarded contracts for senior housing projects that were held up for years because former Gov. LePage did not sign them according to US News.
For the second time, a 88-year-old Bath man was bitten on the face by a fox when he fell tying to fight off the animal with his cane according to US News.
Gas is averaging $2.58 a gallon in Maine according to US News, up over a penny from last week.