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From left, Carter, 6, Holden, 10, and Grace, 10, Adragna sled down a hill Thursday morning at Hayford Park in Bangor. A storm brought several inches of snow to Maine on Thanksgiving Day.

Power restored to nearly half the 100,000 customers knocked out by Thanksgiving storm

FREEPORT | About a foot of heavy, wet snow fell across much of the state overnight Wednesday, thwarting Thanksgiving plans by knocking out power …
Stephen Grima crosses the street while surrounded by snow on Wednesday in downtown Bangor.

More than 9,000 Emera customers without power in Penobscot, Hancock counties

BANGOR | Emera Maine crews have been battling challenging weather conditions overnight, working to restore power to thousands in Penobscot, Hancock, Piscataquis and Washington …

Math teacher charged with sex crime ‘not currently at Bangor High School’

The Bangor High School math teacher who was charged last month with unlawful sexual contact is not currently teaching at the school, …
Manna Ministries' Bill Rae (center) hands Tania Perry a free turkey Wednesday morning at the ministries in Bangor.
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‘I’m very thankful for this’: Bangor ministry provides 7,000 Thanksgiving turkeys, fixings

Billie Jo Burrows stopped by Manna Ministries Inc. on Wednesday morning to pick up a free turkey and the fixings to go …
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Bangor Ballet to hold auditions for ‘The Little Mermaid’

Friday, Dec. 12, 2014 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.Saturday, Dec. 13, 2014 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. Location: Thomas School of Dance, 14 State St. …
Maureen O'Malley takes her dog, Ruby, for a walk along the Brewer Waterfront on Wednesday.

Plan envisions what Brewer could look like in 2025

Much has been said of Bangor’s transformative growth during the past decade. But what about its neighbor across the river? Brewer’s expansion …
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Clewley Museum annual open house Dec. 13

Saturday, Dec. 13, 2014 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Location: Clewley Museum, 199 Wilson St., Brewer BREWER, Maine — Brewer Historical Society’s annual Clewley Museum …
Bangor police officers help local residents rallying to support Ferguson protesters cross the road Tuesday evening outside the Bangor police station. About 20 people came out to voice their concerns.

Demonstrators decry Ferguson decision at pair of Bangor rallies

Though the shooting of Michael Brown happened half a country away, demonstrators from the Bangor area turned out for two events Tuesday …

Man naked from the waist down arrested in Old Town after attempted break-in

A man whom police say attempted to break into a Bennoch Road home while naked from the waist down and under …

Bangor High School math teacher charged with unlawful sexual contact

A Bangor High School math teacher was charged last month with unlawful sexual contact, Penobscot County Deputy District Attorney Michael Roberts confirmed …
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21st annual Federal Junior Duck Stamp Design Contest

The twenty-first annual state-wide competition for the Federal Junior Duck Stamp Design Contest is underway. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service invites students in grades K-12 …
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Hampden – Public Bean Supper

Saturday, Dec. 13, 2014 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. Location: Goodwill Riders Snowmobile Club, 844 Western Ave, Hampden, Maine For more information: 2078622062 Please join …
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Public baked bean supper at Hampden

Saturday, Dec. 13, 2014 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. Location: Hampden Snowmobile Club, 844 Western Ave., Hampden HAMPDEN, Maine — A public baked bean supper will …
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Brewer High School first quarter honor roll

Brewer High School First quarter honor roll Grade 12, high honors: Cassandra Brochu, Grace Brochu, Rachael Chavarie, Maria Colley, Jovon Craig, Ethan Dapice, Delaney Davis, …
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Gosselin’s 2 grand opening to benefit Toys for Tots

BREWER, Maine — The doughnuts you know and love in Bangor will be available daily on South Main Street in Brewer. On Monday, December 1st …
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CULTURE SHOCK

5 Things To Do This Weekend, Nov. 28-30: This bird is cooked

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MAINE AT WAR

Blanket Brigade: the perfect gift for Thanksgiving

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UNDERCOVER PORCUPINE

Ferguson Is It's Own Worst Enemy

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MAINE COURSE

Pumpkin Cheesecake Squares, and Living Gratitude All Year

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THE VIEW FROM 263 MAIN

At Ground Level

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MAINE SCIENCE FESTIVAL

We're having Science for Thanksgiving

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THE PRESS BOX

Has Four Classes Benefitted Maine High School Football?

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THE ACCIDENTAL HOARDER

Turkey-Free Thanksgiving

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POSTCARDS FROM A WORK IN PROGRESS

Like a sink full of Thanksgiving dishes, anything worth doing in life makes a huge mess!

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FILL THE STEINS

Balancing Exercise with Entertainment at the New Balance Student Recreation Center

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ROOTED IN ME

Bangor native plays key role in designing children's archaeology game

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POLLWAYS

The Bangor success story yet to be written

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Rebecca Matthews book signing

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Bangor’s Dennis Paper and Food Service to become employee-owned

Ron Dennis, the owner of Dennis Paper and Food Service, plans to sell the Bangor …
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