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Thomas &quotFerg" Ferguson (left) talks to his attorney Jeffrey Silverstein during the beginning of Ferguson's trial at the Penobscot Judicial Center.

Center Street shooting vic’s ex-girlfriend hid behind car when she heard shots

Tera Choquette didn’t come out from behind the car even when she heard her boyfriend, Barry Jenkins, yelling that he’d been shot and needed an ambulance, she said.

Bald Eagles

Benny Carrasco, a licensed medical marijuana caregiver and owner of Central Maine Flower, will move his plants from Bangor with an eye toward growing more plants for the recreational marijuana market once those rules are established.

Bangor company buys 8.2 acres to grow recreational marijuana in Greene

Central Maine Flower has bought the shuttered Town & Country Foods with long-term plans to grow recreational marijuana in the former 13,340-square-foot former meat operation.

Booktalk/Signing with Bruce Robert Coffin


Orono High School Senior Receives National Merit Scholarship


Three Maine College Faculty Honored with Maine Campus Compact Donald Harward Faculty Award for Service-Learning Excellence

Girl Scouts from Brewer Troop #1437 visited Families And Children Together May 12 to donate blankets, toys, and personal items to children entering foster care. The troop spent three months creating donation packages and making blankets by hand.

Brewer Girl Scouts Donate to Foster Children


Community Health and Counseling Services Named to the Top 500 of the 2016 HomeCare Elite


New England Kenworth & The Patsy’s Companies Celebrate 100th Anniversary

Former RSU 63 business manager charged with stealing more than $100,000

A former business manager for a local school district has been charged with stealing more than $100,000, including cash from school lunch sales.

Baked bean supper at Corinth church

Maine's biggest cheesemaker will revitalize the former Grants Dairy plant, at 1 Milk Street in Bangor, as part of a $4.5 million plan to bring as many as 50 jobs to Bangor. Pineland Farms Inc. will consolidate its cheese production operations in New Gloucester and Mars Hill at the former processing and bottling plant.

Portland foundation to reopen shuttered Bangor milk processing plant closed in 2013

Pineland Farms Inc. will take over the former Grants Dairy plant as part of a plan to bring as many as 50 jobs to Bangor.

Organ Recital at Hammond Street Church

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Bucksport's Madysen Robichaud leaps to snag an out from Orono during their softball game in Bucksport Thursday.

Bucksport softball team rallies by Orono to remain undefeated

The Bucksport High School Golden Bucks, who have won four Class C North softball championships and three state titles over the past five seasons, took advantage of three Orono errors.
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