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Hundreds turn out for Bangor pride parade and festival

“It’s important for me to have my kids here because their hearts are so open right now.”
Matthew Wiley

Bangor man charged with breaking into vehicles

A local man was arrested Friday on four felony burglary charges as the result of a weeklong investigation into motor vehicle burglaries, according to police.
Celebrate Husson! events kick off on Saturday, June 24 with a “Run for the Gold.” This fun run is divided into four major categories. For adults, there’s a 5K run. There’s also a student version of the 5K run.  In this photo, Husson's mascot congratulates two of last year's runners.

Golf, Run, Reunion, Food and a Show: They’re All Part of Celebrate Husson!

Escape Room

Deconstruct your food

Cupcake Wars

Our Steam-Powered Lombard Log Hauler will be running July29

Heavy Metal at Maine Forest & Logging Museum

The Penobscot Narrows Bridge bridge, linking Verona Island and Prospect over the Penobscot River.

Search underway after vehicle was found abandoned on Penobscot Narrows Bridge

The Maine Marine Patrol is searching the Penobscot River after a vehicle was found parked on the Penobscot Narrows Bridge.
Ruth Frost, 64, of Hampden worked for 30 years in the family business and used a computer for billing and bookkeeping. To make herself more comfortable with  setting up and using her new home laptop for Facebook and other websites she signed up for a digital literacy class at Eastern Area Agency on Aging.

Bangor computer program helps seniors surf the web safely and stay connected

“It’s not that I’m brand new to computers, but I only ever used it at work and never for myself. I get the devil all the time because I’m not on Facebook yet.”
Husson student Tristan Kaldenberg, 19, is still recovering from critical injuries sustained when his car was hit head-on by a truck going the wrong way on Interstate 95 back in March, but he's already driving and is returning to school in the fall.

Husson student hit by wrong-way driver is on the mend

“I’m driving again,” Tristan Kaldenberg, 19, said Thursday by phone from his hometown of Littleton, Massachusetts. “There is no slowing me down.”
Husson University students who earn a Bachelor of Science in Integrated Technology will be highly-trained professionals with expertise in areas ranging from building direct hardware interfaces to enterprise application development.

Husson University’s College of Business Launches New Integrated Technology Degree

Lincoln man, 67, dies making explosives to ‘blow up tree stumps’

“There does not seem to be anything sinister in this.”

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