At least 20 documents on the state government website contained names and, in some cases, addresses, dates of birth and phone numbers, for those receiving mental health and substance use treatment, the Bangor Daily News found last month.
Kathryn Olmstead, who lives in Caribou, has published a book detailing a memorable chapter in her career: being an Aroostook-based columnist for the Bangor Daily News.
One man’s compassionate act of preservation — combined with some modern internet sleuthing — has produced a happy ending.
“If our leaders fail to deliver the kind of generational change we voted for, things will only get worse,” Richard Trumka writes.
Weeding may be the bane of most gardeners’ existence, but it is important to help the crops that you want to grow thrive without competition.
The study also found that mainstream media sources were less influential on decreasing conspiracy beliefs than conservative media and social media sources were on increasing those beliefs.
COVID-19 shutdowns made it hard to predict retail numbers, and unfavorable weather conditions affected many growing regions.
James Craig, one of the longest-serving police chief’s in Detroit’s history, is expected to announce his retirement Monday.
Last year Husson streamed a pre-recorded video for its 2020 commencement, which came just months into the pandemic.
Masks are required on the boats, and passengers are being spaced apart in line and on the vessels.
Bo helped Obama keep a promise to daughters Malia and Sasha that they could get a dog after the 2008 election.
Online applications to participate in the moose permit lottery are being accepted until May 13.
HALLOWELL – NAMI Maine, a statewide nonprofit organization providing education, support and advocacy for people living with mental illness and their families, continues to provide online mental health support through ongoing support groups and occasional education programs. NAMI Connection Recovery Support Group is a peer-led support group for any adult who has experienced symptoms of […]
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AUGUSTA — Due to unforeseen circumstances, the annual St. Michael School and Travis Mills Walk-A-Thon, originally scheduled for May 5, will now be held on Wednesday, May 19. Pledges and donations will continue to be accepted through May 19. For more information about the event, email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. “On May 19, students will participate in a day of […]
The pipeline that is shut down delivers roughly 45 percent of all fuel consumed on the East Coast.
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 […]