The Glassface Ledges Trail is a steep, short climb to an open ledge with breathtaking views of the Androscoggin River Valley. Read More
    Even though peanut butter has been a mainstay of my nutritional regimen since my childhood, BDN writer Sam Schipani had never taken the time to think about what it takes to make the stuff. With the help of Natalie Williams, digital editor for the Bangor Daily News, longtime vegan and sustainability enthusiast, I prepared four different homemade "nut" butters -- peanut, almond, cashew and sunflower seed -- to see if I could DIY this dietary staple. Read More
    Ragged Mountain is home to some of the most challenging hiking trails in mid coast Maine. Rising 1,280 feet above sea level, the summit can be approached by three trails that are maintained by the Georges River Land Trust. These trails climb the mountain from three… Read More
    A month or so ago, when brainstorming ideas for my column, my editor approached me with a challenge: spend $10 at the local Goodwill and wow her by upcycling thrift store finds into new treasures. Read More
    In Bangor, hundreds gathered in West Market Square to watch a large beach ball get thrown off the roof of Paddy Murphy’s. Despite the snow and cold temperatures brought on by a New Year’s Eve storm, people still gathered to celebrate a new decade. Read More
    Several volunteers with New England Steam Corp. are working to get the dismantled locomotive, which last ran in 1954, back in working order. Read More
    Making a no-sew t-shirt bag helps reduce textile waste and plastic waste. Plus, it seems much more likely that you’ll remember to actually use a bag that has sentimental value that you made with your own two hands. Read More
    The U.S. House of Representatives is about to make a historic vote: whether to impeach President Donald Trump. The floor debate starts about 9 a.m., and it could run late into the day. Read More