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Winter Wigout Dance Party

Shana Boutot

Police arrest 2 in connection with Bangor robbery

Shana Boutot, 26, and Shawn Boutot, 32, both of Bangor, were charged with receiving stolen property, a Class C felony, Sgt. Timothy Cotton said Monday in a news release.

Burlington Coat Factory Donate Over One Hundred Gently Worn & New Coats to UCP of Maine

Danielle Conway, dean of the University of Maine School of Law, delivers the keynote address Monday during the Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast Celebration at Wells Conference Center at the University of Maine in Orono.

Law school dean urges MLK Day breakfast crowd to stand on side of justice

“The law has power, coercive and legitimizing,” Danielle Conway told the crowd at the Wells Conference Center at the University of Maine.

FUSION:Bangor Newcomer’s Night on Jan. 19

Michelle and Duke Popovich of Charlotte, North Carolina, enjoy their chimichangas at Vazquez Mexican Takeout in Milbridge in this 2015 file photo.

Who knew? Six unexpected food finds in eastern Maine

There’s something magical in finding a delicious dish in a most unexpected place.
Kathy Zeman, 66, of Bucksport lifts a weight over her head during the Bone Builders class exercise at the The Heritage apartments in Brewer. The program is intended for area seniors to have a regular exercise routine.

Don’t tell these Mainers that they are too old for the gym

“It turns out you don’t really want that much time to yourself when you retire.”

Hampden Congregational Church Chicken Pie Supper

Mark McCullogh with a Canada Lynx kitten, one of his clients.

The Canada Lynx and Other Northern Wildlife – Can we Protect them from Global Warming?

Wayne E. Reilly

Boozileers make last minute effort to pull the plug on Bangor’s liquor trade

Bangor’s famed liquor empire faced an uncertain future a century ago as the nation marched toward prohibition.
Members of Care & Comfort's Bangor team recently joined the agency's CEO Susan Giguere and COO Mike Stair to present a gift to Robert Crone, EAAA's Director of Nutrition Services in support of the Meals on Wheels program.

Care & Comfort and their Bangor Staff support Meals on Wheels



An eaglet perches in a tree in Bangor while an adult eagle keeps an eye out. The nest is occupied by &quotBangor Mom," an eagle that fell ill in 2014.

‘Bangor Mom’ eagle found ill Thursday dies of lead poisoning

The 8½-year-old eagle died overnight from lead poisoning.

Annual Local Emergency Public Committee Meeting

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