Special Olympics Funding Restored, Belgrade Road Construction & Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here are the things you need to know today......
President Trump has decided to include the funds for Special Olympics according to the Bangor Daily News.
A Maine lawmaker wants to protect student loan borrowers in the state from falling victim to some nasty lending practices according to US News.
The Portland Seadogs have some new menu items for the 2019 season according to WGME.
Even if you were not the BIG winner, still check your Powerball tickets, a few were sold in Maine that are worth a decent amount of money according to WMTW.
Road construction is getting underway again in Belgrade according to centralmaine.com
The man who shot his wife in Gardiner then went to her mother's house in Belgrade and set it on fire before returning to Gardiner to kill himself according to centralmaine.com. She later died at the hospital.
There are more kids in state care now waiting to be adopted according to centralmaine.com. Maine also has high rates of childhood anxiety and depression.
A 44-year-old Windsor woman former teacher at a Waldoboro christian school was giving 2.5 years behind bars after pleading guilty to having sex with a student according to US News.
A federal judge has ordered Aroostook County Jail to provide medication-assisted treatment to an inmate who says it's necessary to keep her opioid use in remission according to US News.
A proposed commuter rail between Lewiston/Auburn and Portland could $300 million according to US News.