Organs, Globetrotters and teen drivers

Posted Sept. 23, 2013, at 12:08 p.m.
John Bishop, head of the Friends of the Kotzschmar Organ's organ committee, describes the $2.5 million renovation of the century-old musical instrument.
John Bishop, head of the Friends of the Kotzschmar Organ's organ committee, describes the $2.5 million renovation of the century-old musical instrument. Buy Photo
Code enforcement officer Jeremy Martin shows an abandoned home at 82 Smith Street in Bangor. A neighbor, who declined to be identified, said the home was inhibiting his ability to sell a property on the street.
Code enforcement officer Jeremy Martin shows an abandoned home at 82 Smith Street in Bangor. A neighbor, who declined to be identified, said the home was inhibiting his ability to sell a property on the street.
Jacob Neal (left), 17 of Brewer, focuses on the the road as he takes his first drive with driving instructor Jim Bair (right) owner of Bair's Driving School, in Bangor, on Friday.   Several new laws have been passed by the Maine Legislature and will take effect on October 9, 2013, including increasing the amount of hours a Learner's Permit holder  must drive while accompanied by a parent or guardian from 35 hours to 70 hours.
Linda Coan O'Kresik
Jacob Neal (left), 17 of Brewer, focuses on the the road as he takes his first drive with driving instructor Jim Bair (right) owner of Bair's Driving School, in Bangor, on Friday. Several new laws have been passed by the Maine Legislature and will take effect on October 9, 2013, including increasing the amount of hours a Learner's Permit holder must drive while accompanied by a parent or guardian from 35 hours to 70 hours. Buy Photo
Bangor's Logan Lanham (top) is tackled by Deering's Richardo Delgado during the first half of the game in Bangor Saturday.
Bangor's Logan Lanham (top) is tackled by Deering's Richardo Delgado during the first half of the game in Bangor Saturday. Buy Photo

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