Upgrading Bangor, UMaine football and a blue moon

Posted Aug. 22, 2013, at 12:13 p.m.
The moon shines bright next to the Hammond Street Congregational Church on Wednesday evening the day after the &quotblue moon" arose in the sky which was on Tuesday, August 20 2013. A blue moon refers to the second full moon that occurs within one month.
The moon shines bright next to the Hammond Street Congregational Church on Wednesday evening the day after the "blue moon" arose in the sky which was on Tuesday, August 20 2013. A blue moon refers to the second full moon that occurs within one month. Buy Photo
Plans have been unveiled for West Market Square revitalization. Most ideas are popular among business owners, but a few councilors want to shut down Broad Street entirely, which at least one business has said it is not at all OK with.
Plans have been unveiled for West Market Square revitalization. Most ideas are popular among business owners, but a few councilors want to shut down Broad Street entirely, which at least one business has said it is not at all OK with. Buy Photo
UMaine's #29, Najee Goode, and #32, Randy Samuels along with a host of other UMaine players break up a play during the Blue/White scrimmage on Tuesday at Morse Field on the UMaine campus in Orono.
UMaine's #29, Najee Goode, and #32, Randy Samuels along with a host of other UMaine players break up a play during the Blue/White scrimmage on Tuesday at Morse Field on the UMaine campus in Orono. Buy Photo
Dana Wilson, right, fired his attorney Jeffrey Silverstein, left, and requested a court appointed attorney from Justice William Anderson on Tuesday at the Penobscot Judicial Center in Bangor.
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Dana Wilson, right, fired his attorney Jeffrey Silverstein, left, and requested a court appointed attorney from Justice William Anderson on Tuesday at the Penobscot Judicial Center in Bangor.
People at Bangor City Hall have noticed a lot of leaks over the rainy days this summer. The city is proposing the installation of a rubber membrane with a 30-year life span that could cost between $250,000 and $300,000. Windows on the building are also being considered for replacement.
People at Bangor City Hall have noticed a lot of leaks over the rainy days this summer. The city is proposing the installation of a rubber membrane with a 30-year life span that could cost between $250,000 and $300,000. Windows on the building are also being considered for replacement. Buy Photo

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