Stories we’re pursuing Monday

Posted Dec. 27, 2010, at 12:26 p.m.

Check here frequently for updates on the blizzard whacking Maine Monday. We’ll have the latest reports on accidents, power outages and road conditions. Photos, too.

The Port of Eastport broke a record in 2010 — handling more than 400,000 tons of cargo in a single year. With the increased stability of Woodland Pulp LLC, the port is looking forward to another record-breaking year in 2011. Reporter: Sharon Kiley Mack

Many people suffer from depression at this time of year which may lead them to contemplate suicide. Suicide prevention advocate Cheryl Morin of Abbot runs the JD Foundation and travels around the state speaking about the warning signs and how family members and friends could help prevent a tragedy. Reporter: Diana Bowley

We continue our series Flight to Freedom: War through the eyes of a child, based on interviews with Philomena Baker, 76, a Bangor area portrait photographer and Reiki master who recounts her flight from Russia with her mother during World War II and their long journey into the American-occupied sector of Germany in 1944 and 1945. Columnist: Kathryn Olmstead

Bangor Daily News film critic Christopher Smith has written a novel titled Fifth Avenue that has climbed the online charts, rating high with Amazon.com. In our Lifestyle section, we’ll review the work. Reporter: Aislinn Sarnacki

In Sports, we’ll cover high school boys and girls basketball contests.

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