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A B-1 bomber flies over Scott Stadium during the national anthem before the game against the Virginia Cavaliers and the Miami Hurricanes.

The reason you heard really loud airplane noises Tuesday night in Bangor

They came from a pair of B-1 bombers stopping for fuel at the airport.

Bangor man pleads guilty to child porn charges

Jeffrey Swimm, 38, of Bangor pleaded guilty in federal court on Wednesday to creating child pornography with a camera hidden in a bathroom.

Friends of the Orono Public Library Annual Meeting


Mushroom Workshop with David Spahr


Autumn Bird Adventures

Rudman Winchell Attorneys Recognized as “Best Lawyers America for 2018

Insource Renewables crew is installing solar panels on Thane Fremouw and Clarissa Henry’s home in Orono.

Community group aims to bring more solar energy systems, education to Bangor area

A new community group in Bangor is aiming to reduce the cost of solar installations and make it easier for area residents to take the steps towards renewable energy systems.
Andrew Geaghan is the head brewer at Geaghan Brothers Brewing. Geaghan Brothers expanded its capacity at the Brewer brewery and moved the tap room to a new larger location adjacent to the brewery.

Switch from bottles to cans marks a busy year for Geaghan’s Brewing

Geaghan’s is the first Bangor area brewery to buy its own canning system.
Sarah Smiley

Fear of heights, er, edges at Mt. Washington

“It’s the edge. I won’t appreciate driving on that edge.”
Eagle Week at Husson University is a weeklong, pre-semester program that provides select students with extended orientation services. It's designed to enhance academic readiness and preparation for university life. U.S. students who are undecided about their major, join Husson international students in academic workshops, team-building activities, introductions to various careers and majors, as well as recreational and cultural activities.

Husson University Eagle Week


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