DR. HAROLD L. CHUTE ORONO – Dr. Harold L. Chute, 87, passed away Thursday, Sept. 11, 2008. A complete obituary will be published in a later edition of the Bangor Daily News. A service of …
ALBERTINE DIONNE CARIBOU – Albertine Dionne, 72, wife of the late Gerard Dionne, passed away Sept. 11, 2008, at her residence in Saucier, Miss. A graveside service will be conducted 10 a.m. Saturday, …
JUPITER, Fla., and EAST HOLDEN – Margaret (Coffin) Aubrey, 80, died Sept. 6, 2008, in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. She was born May 14, 1928, in Bangor, the daughter of Merle L. …
Nineteen freshmen and sophomores will dot the University of Maine’s 27-man hockey roster this season.
They are undergoing dry land training as well as getting limited on-ice practice time in …
ORONO, Maine — When the 1965 season began, the University of Maine football team had many question marks.
Week 2 of the high school football season may represent dangerous territory for the Bangor Rams.
There’s a very homey feeling when glancing at the roster of the University of Maine cross country teams.
LINCOLN, Maine — Residents will get to vote this Election Day on whether to build a new Public Works Department garage on Park Avenue for about $675,000 next year.
BANGOR, Maine — For a growing number of area companies, Eastern Maine Community College has become a resource for work force education that is helping keep Maine businesses competitive.
ETNA, Maine — Two couples from Saint-Antoine, New Brunswick, who were en route to New Hampshire International Speedway in Loudon, escaped serious injury Thursday after the pickup truck in which they were riding wound up in the median between the northbound and southbound lanes of Interstate 95.
OWLSHEAD, Maine — The paving project for a taxiway parallel to the runway at Knox County Regional Airport is unlikely to be finished this year because the price of liquid asphalt has tripled.
VERONA ISLAND, Maine — Sheriff’s deputies are seeking help from the public in their investigations of a break-in and an attempted break-in earlier this week.
According to Detective Alan Brown of the Hancock County Sheriff’s Department, the two incidents took place on Monday and Tuesday on the East Side Road in Verona Island.
BUCKSPORT, Maine — As part of the town’s effort to develop alternative energy sources, officials are looking at the possibility of extending natural gas to the downtown area.
EDDINGTON, Maine — The parents of Nicolas LaPlante knew there was something wrong with their baby boy, and after months of testing they recently found out he has a rare type of brain cancer that required surgery at Boston’s Children’s Hospital.
CARIBOU, Maine — Police are still chasing leads in a Sept. 1 robbery that took place at the McDonald’s Restaurant on Bennett Drive.
AUGUSTA, Maine — Maine law enforcement officials hope a new Congress and a new president will mean a change in federal policy that has slashed traditional police grants for equipment, training and staff while increasing Homeland Security grants.
TOMHEGAN TOWNSHIP, Maine — The owners of a $15 million seasonal home on the western shore of Moosehead Lake could face a fine of up to $157,500 for allegedly violating federal wetland protections.
BAR HARBOR, Maine — There was a short-lived scare at the Criterion Theater on Cottage Street around midday Thursday when a welder accidentally set fire to some insulation in a crawl space above the theater’s front entrance.
Nate Warren is accustomed to fast starts.
He’s the reigning Class C state champion in the 100-meter dash, winning the event last spring in 11.29 seconds. He also helped Bucksport win the state 400-meter relay in 45.56.
ORONO, Maine — In 2004, Jhamal Fluellen reported to football training camp at Syracuse University excited about his future.