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Fort Kent Police Chief Tom Pelletier returns to his car after unsuccessfully trying to reach Kaci Hickox and Ted Wilbur Friday at their home in Fort Kent.

Judge requires monitoring, won’t ban Kaci Hickox from public places on Ebola fears

30 mins ago FORT KENT | A District Court judge will not allow state health officials to prevent nurse Kaci Hickox from entering public places or restrict …

‘A vanishing breed’: Downtown Bangor’s Best Bib & Tucker shutting down as owners retire

Inside the Best Bib & Tucker store at 115 Main St. in Bangor’s historic downtown, there’s no cash register at the checkout …

6 Maine ghost stories to tell in the dark

From Kennebunk to Damariscotta, Skowhegan to Harpswell, and even into the woods of Randolph and on the roads of Maine, stories of haunted happenings can be found in every corner of the Pine Tree State.

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Waterville police investigating series of car burglaries

7 mins ago Local police are investigating a rash of car burglaries that occurred in …

Potential for Halloween-weekend snow remains

GRAY | While the potential remains for snow to fall this Halloween weekend, recent …


 Incumbent Republican Gov. Paul LePage (left) speaks with Democratic U.S. Rep. Mike Michaud before the start of a televised debate in Augusta on Wednesday night.

How the BDN came down on the 2014 ballot

No on Question 1 This question, put on the ballot by the Humane Society of the United States and Mainers for Fair Bear Hunting, seeks …


Middleweight Tim Boetsch looks for an opening to land a shot on his opponent Brad Tavavres during the UFC fights at the Cross Center in Bangor in August.

Lincolnville native to train in Maine for UFC 183 card

Lincolnville native Tim “The Barbarian” Boetsch will return to action Jan. 31, when he fights Brazilian Thales Leites in a battle of veteran middleweight contenders …

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