Good morning from Gray. Here's a look at some of the stories you will want to catch before you leave the house on 12 News Today.
Right now, a Boil Water Advisory remains in effect for parts of Petersburg after a massive water main break! According to the Department of Public Works and Utilities, a 30-foot long water line cracked on South Crater Road and Morton Avenue. People are being ask to boil water until tomorrow morning.
People living in Chesterfield could see the beginnings of a property tax increase. The board is considering a 3-cent property tax increase for schools and a 1 and a half -cent increase to help pay for federally mandated storm water reductions. If approved, the money would generate an additional 3 million dollars in additional revenue.
This morning, there is plenty of excitement for thousands of students on the campus of the University of Connecticut after last night's NCAA match up. The Huskies beat Kentucky 60 to 54 for the school's second championship in four years.
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