Stories we are pursuing Tuesday

Posted Jan. 18, 2011, at 11:16 a.m.

The kidnapping trial of Randall Hofland continues in Belfast with school children scheduled to testify about the day in 2008 when he allegedly took them hostage at Stockton Springs Elementary School. Reporter: Abigail Curtis

Sen. Susan Collins is in Bangor on Tuesday to announce her intent to introduce a new bill that will roll back limits on truck weights. It’s an issue that affects every Mainer who drives or lives near roads utilized by big rigs. Reporter: Eric Russell

Maine’s Department of Transportation recently commissioned a corridor management plan to address the current and future transportation needs within a stretch of eastern and northern Maine that extends from Eastport to Houlton. Meetings are already taking place. What’s the goal? Reporter: Sharon Mack

Former Hermon finance director Robin Fisher is suing the town. Fisher, who lives in Carmel, says the town of Hermon violated the Americans with Disabilities Act and Maine Human Rights Act when it fired her because she suffers from post traumatic stress disorder, attention deficit disorder and depression. She was the finance director in Hermon for almost a decade. Reporter: Dawn Gagnon

In our Lifestyle section, Bangor resident Gail Herbest is sharing recipes with thousands of cooks through the online Just A Pinch Recipe Club. Her antipasto squares recipe has been awarded a blue ribbon – Herbest’s fourth – by the hostess and recipe tester for the club. Reporter: Aislinn Sarnacki

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

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