Stories we’re pursuing Monday

Posted Dec. 20, 2010, at 10:54 a.m.

Bangor city councilors will vote Monday on whether to move forward with design development on an updated arena proposal and commit another $800,000 to the project. We’ll cover the meeting and get reaction to the vote. Reporter: Eric Russell

Developers are looking into building a propane terminal at Mack Point in Searsport. Denver-based DCP Midstream is saying that 4-7 tankers per year would unload liquefied propane, if the project is built. We’ll have details and reaction. Reporter: Abigail Curtis

Bangor firefighters saved one of their own Sunday night when one of the men had a heart attack. Reporter: Nok-Noi Ricker

The Penobscot River Restoration Trust has officially taken possession of the Veazie, Great Works and Howland dams. Next up: finalize plans to start dismantling the dams over the next several years. Reporter: Kevin Miller

In our Lifestyle section, we’ll offer a feature on Amanda Nolan, who creates vegan/earth-friendly soaps, lip balms and other body care products at her farm in Alna. A mother of two, she lives in a yurt and raises farm animals. Reporter: Emily Burnham

Our Sports reporters will cover high school basketball games and we’ll have results of the University of Maine women’s basketball team’s contest against Winthrop in a tournament in Florida.