Here are some of our coverage plans for the day.
This feature is an opportunity for you to comment on our coverage choices, suggest sources, ask questions or share your knowledge in order to help us keep everyone better informed.
We call it “The Daily News Meeting” because the list is generated from the 10 a.m. planning meeting BDN editors conduct each weekday.
Keep in mind that due to the uncertainties of reaching sources and the need to cover breaking news every story listed may not be published today.
The Maine Ethics Commission will hear arguments today about whether the creators of a website targeting independent gubernatorial candidate Eliot Cutler should be required to identify themselves or their funding source. The case deals with Maine’s campaign finance disclosure laws but also raises a number of First Amendment issues. Reporter: Kevin Miller
With a $12.5 million grant from the federal Department of Health and Human Services, Bangor-area health care providers will collaborate to share electronic medical records. The announcement of the grant and sharing program is being made today in Brewer. Reporter: Meg Haskell
Two towns in Hancock County are considering moratoriums on towers. In Brooksville, there are two competing ordinances targeting communications towers. In Sedgwick, the focus is on wind towers. Reporter: Rich Hewitt
It’s Day 4 of the Colin Koehler murder trial in Bangor. Koehler, who is expected to take the stand in his own defense, is accused of stabbing 19-year-old Holly Boutilier to death in Bangor in August 2009. Reporter: Judy Harrison
The Bangor Symphony Orchestra begins a new season this weekend at the Collins Center for the Arts in Orono. We talk to new director Lucas Richman and find out about the financial state of the BSO. Reporter: Emily Burnham