Dr. Mark Flomenbaum has a history of controversy in his career as a medical examiner.
Teens to Trails was awarded a $4,000 grant by Bangor Savings Bank Foundation’s Community Matters More, a community wide vote-in program which is designed to support nonprofits throughout Maine and parts of New Hampshire. The award comes at a pivotal time for Teens to Trails, whose mission is to connect Maine high school students to […]
BELFAST – Our Town Belfast announced the selection of five artists for its “Unique As Belfast” crosswalk art project following final approval by the Belfast City Council on Tuesday evening. The project is inspired by previous related projects downtown. For many years the crosswalk from the Colonial Theatre to City hall has been painted with […]
Daniel Falcone of Bangor was recently initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective all-discipline collegiate honor society. Falcone was initiated at University of Maine. Falcone is among approximately 30,000 students, faculty, professional staff and alumni to be initiated into Phi Kappa Phi each year. Membership is by […]
“Liz Cheney, a woman of average height, stands head and shoulders above her GOP leadership colleagues in a Capitol where RISOs — Republicans In Shame Only — run amok,” Martin Schram writes.
Instead, they joined previous EU calls for U.S. President Joe Biden to start boosting U.S. vaccine exports to contain the global COVID-19 crisis, insisting it was the most urgent need.
Greeting cards for all types.
Cases increased in every county but Piscataquis.
Republicans are unyielding in their opposition to the legislation, spurred on by conservative groups who are pushing anti-transgender laws nationwide.
For many mothers, the year has been stress-filled unlike any other. And for a large group of women, it’s a true financial crisis.
“Imposing new financial burdens on Maine’s businesses and workers at this pivotal moment would likely undermine the “build back better” goal the president wants to achieve,” Nick Murray writes.
“Complaints about tax increases gloss over the difference between the formal rates and what the wealthy and big corporations really pay,” Gordon L. Weil writes.
Those brown patches and holes on your lawn are probably the work of grubs.
“Doing homework late at night and struggling right along with her, I think, just reinforces the normalcy of it. She’s super excited that I’m valedictorian — probably more than I am.”
Lawmakers are advancing a measure that could ban the plate and others deemed “vulgar.”
The Coyotes are being guided by a new coach with a significant legacy in the sport.
The group is asking Knox County to consider allocating $7.7 million in federal funding the county is set to receive through the American Rescue Plan to the broadband project.
A $250,000 Community Development Block Grant application could pave the way for a nonprofit community development organization to acquire and operate an historic Presque Isle hotel.
The new coach will replace the late Red Gendron, who died on April 9 while playing golf at the Penobscot Valley Country Club in Orono.
First responders throughout the Ellsworth area on Friday paid tribute to Robert “Bobby” Dorr, a 12-year veteran with the Ellsworth Fire Department who died Wednesday.