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Sen. Angus King gives remarks on local agriculture and aquaculture during the 2016 Maine Food Network Gathering on Friday at the University of Maine in Orono.

Why local food must grow in Maine but stay true to its roots

“We’re sitting in one of the world’s great brands, it’s called Maine.”
Penobscot County Metro Treatment Center (right of Quiznos) is located in the Maine Square Mall in Bangor.

Bangor announces settlement agreement with methadone treatment center

“The city will continue to work to ensure that there is adequate treatment in Bangor and Maine, and to work toward solutions that best serve individuals suffering from addiction as well as their families.”

Alton breakfast buffet on Dec. 10


Holiday craft and vendor fair to benefit Champion the Cure

Cedric Butler

Boston woman accused of bringing crack cocaine to Bangor to sell for friend’s bail money

After a Boston man was arrested for selling crack cocaine in the city earlier this week, a couple of his acquaintances decided to bring more drugs to Bangor to sell to bail him out of jail.

Orrington Garden Club topic ‘Living in Harmony with Wildlife’

“It’s a Wonderful Life” Holiday Screening with Zuzu in Hampden


Free community sing-along of Christmas carols and hymns at Old Town

The Winter Solstice Singers practice for the upcoming “A Winter Solstice Singing Ritual,” to be performed Dec. 17 at 7:00 PM at the Unitarian Universalist Society of Bangor at 120 Park Street. The chorus is led by Linda Koehler, Music Director, Women With Wings (standing, right,) and Nancy Lewis, Music Director, UUSB.

Women’s chorus presents Second Annual Winter Solstice Ritual

New Massage Office Open House in Orono

Justin Pratt

Bangor resident alerts police to alleged Elm Street car burglar

“During the investigation and subsequent arrest of Mr. Pratt, he struck one officer in the face in what is commonly described as a ‘head butt.’”

Much of Maine still considered in severe drought despite rain

All this rainfall still doesn’t mean that the drought is over.

Police: Man hit by vehicle after driver ‘confronted by several individuals carrying weapons’

A man was struck by a vehicle and injured after the driver was “confronted by several individuals carrying weapons” Wednesday night in the William S. Cohen School parking lot.