Stories we are pursuing Monday

By Michael J. Dowd, BDN Staff
Posted Jan. 10, 2011, at 11:10 a.m.

Sorrento resident Marc Calcia is facing numerous charges in state court stemming from the care and control of his farm animals, including disputes with his neighbors over those issues. Last month, he was indicted by a Hancock County grand jury on charges of criminal threatening and violating conditions of release. We’ll bring you up to date on the case. Reporter: Bill Trotter

The kidnapping trial of Randall B. Hofland continues Monday in a Belfast court. Searsport police officers will testify about the day in 2008 when Hofland, 57, allegedly took 11 fifth-graders hostage in a classroom at Stockton Springs Elementary School. Hofland delayed the trial by at least an hour this morning, as his legal files were in Somerset County Jail. Reporter: Heather Steeves

One of two new District Court judges sitting at the Penobscot Judicial Center in Bangor speaks with an Irish lilt. Judge E. Mary Kelly will talk about her journey to the law, Maine and the bench. Reporter: Judy Harrison

In our Lifestyle section, we’ll tell you about the University of Maine Museum of Art’s first large-scale sculpture show, “The Gesture Contained: Recent Sculptures by Joshua Enck,” one of the three new exhibits opening Jan. 14 and running through March 26. We’ll also tell you about UMMA’s 2011 plans. Reporter: Aislinn Sarnacki

Our Sports staff will cover high school boys and girls basketball contests.

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