Stories we are pursuing Tuesday

By Michael J. Dowd, BDN Staff
Posted Feb. 08, 2011, at 12:57 p.m.

Heating oil prices have increased for 10 consecutive weeks and are now 70 cents higher per gallon than last year at this time. As the winter rages on, homeowners are adjusting their budgets to deal with the increased costs. Reporter: Eric Russell

 

Old Town, Bradley and Alton residents are voting Tuesday  whether to add a $5.3 milllion expansion at Old Town High School at local taxpayer expense. We’ll have results and reaction. Reporter: Nok-Noi Ricker

 

The City of Bangor is looking to replace longtime city engineer Jim Ring, a municipal employee who deserves most of the credit for transforming the city’s waterfront. Ring steps down at the end of the month. We’ll let you know his plans and the city’s timetable for replacing him. Reporter: Eric Russell

 

Adam Bemis goes on trial in Lincoln on a charge of keeping a dangerous dog. His dog mauled Karen Stewart of Lagrange, who subsequently lost her arm. Reporter: Nick Sambides Jr.

 

The IBU Biathlon World Cup moves to Fort Kent, with action beginning Thursday and running until Sunday. We will update you on last-minute preparations and other events going on in Fort Kent. Reporter: Jen Lynds

 

In Sports, we’ll cover the University of Maine women’s basketball game vs. Hartford, as well as several high school contests.

 

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