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Suspended Bangor priest indicted for sexually abusing minor, possession of child pornography

An earlier version of this story reported that Adam Metropoulos was indicted for sexually abusing minors. He was indicted on four counts of sexual abuse of a minor.

Bangor continues push to rehabilitate eyesores, targets properties at Garland, Third streets

A photo caption in an earlier version of this story incorrectly stated that a property at 108 Third St. has been torn down. It is still standing but is slated to be demolished.

Pumpkin bread stirs up memories of loved ones, home

An earlier version of this recipe requires correction. The correct yield is two loaves. Also, the recipe takes about 45-60 minutes to cook.

‘It’s crunch time’: Millinocket leaders prepare for dramatically reduced revenues next year

Because of incorrect information provided to the Bangor Daily News, a previous version of this story erroneously listed the years in which Millinocket town budget cuts and the revaluation of the Great Northern Paper Co. mill would take effect.

Colonel from Newburgh becomes first woman to command Maine Army Guard brigade

In an earlier version of this story, Sanford was spelled incorrectly.

Philip A. White

An earlier version of this obituary had an incorrect spelling of Jennie Lee's name.

Bath Iron Works union cries foul over new proposal to shift work to other shipyards

A previous version of this story incorrectly reported that Sen. Susan Collins spoke to Bath Iron Works President Frederick Harris about Mexico in early November.

Calais man who sold pesticide that killed lobsters admits lying to agents

An earlier version of this story reported that The pesticide application killed hundreds of lobsters off Deer Island and Grand Manan in November and December 2010. It was 2009.

Recount reversing results of Falmouth-area Senate seat spurs legal questions

A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that the secretary of state was consulting with the attorney general about the makeup of the Senatorial Vote Committee.

Ex-pharmacy tech in Pleasant Point pleads guilty to drug, food stamp fraud charges

An earlier version of the story reported that Tonia Smith confessed to ordering four to five times the quantity of the painkiller than the pharmacy needed. She did not order four or five times the amount of drugs needed.

Lincoln high school student hospitalized after severing finger in woodworking class accident

Due to incorrect information provided to the Bangor Daily News, a previous version of this story stated that the student was transferred to a hospital in Bangor. The student was transferred to a hospital in Boston.

Maine rights panel agrees Moody’s Diner employee dating co-owner’s son suffered religious discrimination

A previous version of this story misspelled Allina Diaz’s name. The error has been corrected.

Overhaul of the historic Mayo Mill complex a boon to economy, spirit of Piscataquis County

A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that project had recently received a boost of $200,000 in addition to the $2.3 million total. The actual total amount of financial boost from Coastal Enterprises was $2.3 million.

USM will consolidate departments, get new vice president for enrollment management

A previous version of this story erroneously stated that an associate provost would be laid off. The associate provost will be returning to the faculty.

FairPoint complaints tick upward as strike, storm effects linger

An earlier version of this story incorrectly identified the number of calls Maine's public advocate's office has been receiving since the FairPoint strike began.

Maine Democrats fill legislative leadership posts

A previous version of this article incorrectly stated that Rep. Barry Hobbins of Saco was assistant Senate minority leader in the 125th Legislature. He was Senate minority leader.

Maine environmental regulators plan deeper scrutiny of proposed $12.7 million Brunswick train barn

An earlier version of this story required clarification. The lawsuit argued NNEPRA had not adequately informed abutters about the permit application, not DEP as originally written.

Orono makes Penobscot Valley Country Club food license contingent on payment of overdue taxes

An earlier version of this story incorrectly reported the amount of personal property taxes owed by Harris Golf. The amount is $1,850, not $18,050 as originally reported.

Durgin picked to serve as Bangor City Council chairman again

Correction: An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated which councilor nominated Nelson Durgin to serve as chairman. Councilor David Nealley made that motion.

Weight loss program for kids at EMMC works to boost confidence, teach healthy lifestyles

A previous version of this story reported that W.O.W. is free for participants. Participation in the W.O.W. program is not free.

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