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Jimmy Buffett performs at the Darling’s Waterfront Pavilion on the Bangor Waterfront on Aug. 18, 2016. His was the biggest concert of 2016. City officials continue with contract talks with the company that manages the pavilion.

Bangor still in talks with Waterfront Concerts over new contract

The city has been negotiating what was at first described as a 10-year contract with Waterfront Concerts since the end of the concert season last year, according to Council Chairman Joe Baldacci.
Columbia Street in Bangor is seen in this file photo.

Public works to close Columbia Street to repair broken sewer line

Columbia Street will be closed from Hammond Street to Cross Street so Bangor’s public works crew can repair a broken sewer line.
Elizabeth Ellis, 34, Alexandria, Virginia.

Woman pleads guilty to stabbing strangers at Bangor Mall

A sentencing date for Elizabeth Ellis, 36, of Alexandria, Virginia, has not been set.

Bangor Winter Farmers Market

Beat your Cabin Fever and Join us!!

Variety Show Extravaganza!!

Alleged meth lab found in multi-unit Bangor apartment building

Caleb Hathaway, 21, and Andrew R. Chalila, 26, were charged with aggravated unlawful operation of a meth lab.

Surveillance camera catches 2 teens allegedly trying to break into Bagel Central

The videos show the girls trying to access doors on the backside of the Central Street building as well as one girl dancing and one falling off a trash container.

Greater Portland March for Babies


Charlotte White Center~FUNdraiser Event

Bangor had the first electric trolley system in Maine.

Trolley company bet its future on delivering cheap electricity to Bangor

Electric power had a tremendous future. But a century ago, electric street railways weren’t part of that future in most places.
San Rafael Canyon

Utah, A Magical Landscape

Narcan sprayers like the sample shown here are available for free through four Bangor medical centers as part of a plan to prevent fatal overdoses on opioids.

Free Narcan kits moving slowly but still likely saving lives

Four local medical centers offering free prescription Narcan for people at risk of opioid overdose are seeing that the lifesaving kits aren’t moving as fast as anticipated. But those that have been distributed are probably helping to save lives, officials said.
This new agreement between Husson University's College of Business and the University of Maine School of Law helps students interested in earning a law degree get a great education and save money.

Husson University’s College of Business and University of Maine School of Law Sign Agreement to Facilitate Student Transfers

Forecast calls for freezing rain to sweep across northern Maine

Ice accumulations of up to around a tenth of an inch could lead to slick road conditions and scattered power outages across the northern part of the state.

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