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Penobscot County Metro Treatment Center (right of Quiznos) is located in the Maine Square Mall in Bangor.

Bangor council likely to repeal methadone ordinance on Monday

The city having opioid addicts in need of emergency treatment presents “an immediate threat to public health” that will likely compel the City Council to repeal a discriminatory ordinance on Monday, about three weeks ahead of typical timing, officials said Friday.
Old Town police arrested five people — three of them residents and two of them from Bronx, New York — as the result of an investigation into alleged drug activity in the community.

Old Town police arrest 5 on crack, heroin charges

Old Town police arrested five people — three of them residents and two of them from Bronx, New York — as the result of an investigation into alleged drug activity in the community.
This photograph by Miles Lamar captures the reflections of local buildings in water.  Other professional quality photos will be on display at Husson University’s 6th Hart Open Studio Event on Monday, December 12, 2016 from 2 - 6 p.m.
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Student Creativity to be Showcased at Husson University’s 6th Hart Open Studio Event

Vinal Applebee, chief unmanned aerial vehicle pilot for the Down East Emergency Medicine Institute, uses a drone to conduct a grid search of the Penobscot River shoreline from the Bangor Waterfront on Friday morning during efforts to find Paul Francis III, who went missing last Friday night from Bangor. Applebee was covering half to 1 mile of the shoreline, taking some 300 high-resolution photos to be analyzed.
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Drone being used to search for missing Bangor man

Volunteer search and rescue personnel, who are assisting police, are using an unmanned aerial vehicle, or drone, to hunt for a missing local man who was last seen a week ago.

A North Country Christmas by The North Country Strings in Sangerville, Pittsfield and Orono

Outdoors

Invasive Plant Species

Satsang - an evening of chanting with harmonium and drum

Satsang for Solstice

Hugh Kirkpatrick (right), Fred Page III (from left), Russell Plourde, Tim Ouellette and Sue Sands, employees of the Caribou Utilities District, celebrate with Kirsten Hebert (second from right), Maine Rural Water Association director, after winning the association's Best Tasting Water Contest on Thursday at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor.

Caribou Utilities District takes top honors in 30th annual tap water taste-off

This year’s judges were Virginia Manuel, state director of USDA Rural Development, WABI TV weatherman Todd Simcox and retired Bangor police Lt. Paul Edwards.

The Velveteen Rabbit – a fun for all holiday production

Community

Living Nativity at Old Town church

Community

Oratorio Chorale Presents ‘Sing We Noel’ Dec. 16-17

 
Amy Myshrall, FNP-C, Joins Helen Hunt Health Center

Amy Myshrall, FNP-C, Family Nurse Practitioner Joins Helen Hunt Health Center

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