Stories we’re working on today

Posted Oct. 29, 2010, at 12:37 p.m.

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in mind that due to the uncertainties of reaching sources and the need to cover breaking news every story listed may not be published today.

It’s the final weekend before the Election. We asked the candidates for governor 20 questions we think voters want answered before going into the booth on Tuesday. Some of those answers may surprise you. Reporter: Kevin Miller

Homeless shelters in Bangor are over capacity and it’s still October. Is this normal as nights get colder, or is it symptomatic of something else? What does this portend for the rest of the fall and winter? We talk to the shelter directors. Reporter: Eric Russell

Ocean Properties has begun demolition work on West Street in Bar Harbor for a new $12 million, 110-room hotel. The company hopes to have the hotel open for business next summer. We’ll have pictures. Reporter: Bill Trotter

Chuck Pelletier had few employment options when he lost his job at the paper mill in Madawaska. So like some others in the same situation, he decided to strike out on his own and start his own business, renting canoes, kayaks and other equipment on Long Lake. Experts say that a downturn and job losses can bring out the entrepreneurial spirit in some people, but caution that not every business idea is a good one. Reporter: Matt Wickenheiser

They feel maligned by the press, unappreciated by some of the public and vilified by the U.S. government. Members of the Maine Militia have just decided they want to speak publicly about their current activities, popularity and thoughts. Who are they? Reporter: Abigail Curtis

In Lifestyle, we offer a feature on Israel Skelton, an artist who creates realistic, full scale models of items from comic books. Reporter: Emily Burnham

In Sports, we’ll cover local high school football and soccer playoffs.

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