NO Big Powerball Winner, Coast Guard Cutter on the Kennebec & Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here are the things you need to know today......
A spring Nor'easter possible Friday according to centralmaine.com
No big winner with Powerball, the jackpot for Saturday is 625 Million.
The plan to make Water Street in Downtown Augusta two-way is short on money and had no contractor according to centralmaine.com.
The Coast Guard cutters will be on the Kennebec River today to keep water moving as tomorrow we are expecting heavy rain according to centralmaine.com.
A Fairfield woman, already out on bail for drug dealing, was arrested for alleged drug trafficking, while her infant was at home with her according to centralmaine.com
Waterville city councilors voted to certify the results that show voters approved a plastic bag ban last fall and opponents plan to ask the Waterville appeals board to look some challenged ballots according to centralmaine.com
Waterville city councilors took a first vote on a marijuana ordinance to regulate medical and adult use according to centralmaine.com.
Forestry officials in Maine are proposing a full quarantine to stop the spread of the gypsy moth that is one of the most destructive forest pests in the country according to US News.
York's Wild Kingdom is for sale for $14.2 million according to US News.
Spring is here but don't let down your guard on the flu, almost 30 have died this flu season, five last week according to US News.
A West Paris man was arrested after firing six shots at Oxford police and then taking off on snowshoes according to Newscenter.
A Walmart in North Carolina is warning of a new scam, the scammers are impersonating a Walmart employee roaming the parking lot, asking to see a receipt for proof of purchase. The scammers will take and keep the receipt and use them to shoplift the items in the store according to Sun Journal.