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A Maine State police officer moves the yellow tape to allow funeral worker to collect the bodies of a woman and her two children at the scene of suspicious deaths on Paul Road in Garland Sunday.

Police investigate deaths of Garland woman and children, take into custody man who lived with them

1 hour ago BUCKSPORT | Maine State Police on Sunday afternoon took a 27-year-old man into custody who was wanted for questioning in the deaths of a …

UMaine student turns woodworking passion into unique, handcrafted cribbage boards

A self-described tinkerer, inventor and artist, Bangor resident Travis Higgins has quickly made a name for himself among local store owners and cribbage enthusiasts selling …
Three sleepy puppies "in the sack" are being cared for in one of Santa's sub-precincts, awaiting Christmas day and a permanent home as a gift from Santa in this December 1956 file photo. They are part of a litter of five at the Bangor Humane Society's shelter on Howard Street. Ernest F. Crowell, humane society agent, said they are a mixture of spaniel, collie and shepherd. Also at the shelter and anxious to find an owner are two cute boxer pups.

Happy holidays: The spirit of Christmas past across Maine

It has been known as “the most wonderful time of year,” and Bangor Daily News photographers have been capturing that Christmas spirit in Maine. Our …

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Firefighters from four towns battle Monroe garage fire Saturday

3 hours ago Firefighters from several towns turned out Saturday night in Monroe to extinguish …

Brewer barbershop owner struck by vehicle while crossing street

Police have identified the man struck early Saturday morning near the Joshua …

Suspect nabbed in fatal shooting of Sunshine State police officer

TAMPA, Florida — A veteran Florida police officer was shot and killed while on duty …

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