Stories we are pursuing Tuesday

Posted Jan. 04, 2011, at 11:32 a.m.

We’ll tell you all you need to know about the inauguration of Paul LePage as Maine’s next governor on Wednesday. In addition to providing you with the schedule of events, we’ll ask about the price tag. Reporter: Kevin Miller

After debating the possibility at length in recent years, 2011 is expected to be the year that the City of Bangor moves to a single-stream recycling system, combined with “pay as you throw” trash removal. Councilors will debate the merits at a meeting Tuesday and decide how best to proceed. Reporter: Eric Russell

The warm and wet winter has left loggers with plenty of wood to cut but no way to get at it due to soggy ground conditions in the Maine woods. What will this mean for the industry’s bottom line and is there any cold relief in sight? Reporter: Nick Sambides Jr.

We’re following up on Sam Jacobs, the 3-year-old East Millinocket boy who was badly injured by a pencil he had put in his mouth prior to wrestling with his sister. He’s in a Boston hospital. His family and their friends have started fund raising to help defray his medical expenses. Reporter: Nick Sambides Jr.

In our Lifestyle section, you’ll find out that Real Maine Weddings has announced that a lucky couple, voted on by the public, will win a $100,000 all-inclusive wedding package for a ceremony and reception to be held in October in Freeport. Reporter: Aislinn Sarnacki

Our Sports team will cover high school boys and girls basketball contests and schoolboy hockey as well.

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