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Yes, I know I "put down my pen" after 30 years, but by request from many readers and my addictions to saving Camden history, the pen jumped right back in my hand.
A Bangor man was arrested late Thursday afternoon after he allegedly stole a Chevrolet Camaro from a Bangor residence and drove it onto Interstate 95, where he ditched it in Old Town before fleeing into the nearby woods.
Cross Insurance Center employees, Bangor city officials and media members ride the Fireball at Bass Park in preparation for the opening day of the 2014 Bangor Sate Fair.
The American Folk Festival has announced blues musician Diunna Greenleaf will perform at the three-day festival Aug. 22-24 on the Bangor waterfront.
When the Rev. Becky Gunn was hired by the Unitarian Universalist Society of Bangor six years ago, she had one thing in common with one of her predecessors who had served the Park Street church in the mid-19th century.
Le sigh. But no matter - enjoy the lovely weather this weekend, even with the bit of rain we might get Sunday.
What are you doing this weekend? It's supposed to be super nice in the midcoast region and I have just the thing.
A California man has been taken by helicopter to a Bangor hospital after losing his footing Wednesday while posing for a photo near the top of Cadillac Mountain, according to park rangers.
The University of Maine Museum of Art, located in the Norumbega Hall building on Harlow Street in downtown Bangor, announced Monday that it has renewed its lease in the building for 17 years, keeping the museum in Bangor through 2031.
The newest album from the Toughcats hews once again to the rejuvenated brand of acoustic folk-pop they played on the last album, "Woodenball."
A man who intentionally injured himself and used at least 10 different aliases while trying to obtain painkillers at hospitals around the country was apprehended in Maine last week, according to local, state and federal officials.
Alan Cunningham of Bangor organizes the thrift shop downstairs at The Together Place in Bangor in February.
Left to right, farmer's cheese, ricotta and halloumi by Lor Farm, on sale at the Bangor Farmer's Market in July 2014.
The Maine Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Standards is offering no-charge courses for employers in greater Bangor area this month.
Thomas Follette, 100-year-old resident of Arbor Terrace in Gardiner, has dreamed of going for a ride in a "big rig" and having lunch at a legendary local favorite - Dysart's Truck Stop and Restaurant.
The world premiere of "The House of Broken Ships" by Thomas Emerson, winner of the Virginia B. Toulmin Playwriting Contest, will take place Thursday through Sunday, July 31 thru Aug. 3, at Waterman's Community Center.
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Updated: Fri Jul 25, 2014 01:29 am
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