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Fireworks light up the sky over the Cross Insurance Center on Main Street in Bangor after a public open house for the new building.
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Reading through the approved "souvenir programme" of The Coronation of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II from June 2, 1953, with its "Genealogical Table Showing the Descent of the Crown," reminded me that both the Queen and her husband, Prince Philip, are descended from Queen Victoria.
Alton resident Darlene Young was one employee who took advantage of federal retraining funds, which recently have been allocated to millworkers in Lincoln.
Multi-Grammy Award and ACM Award-winning country artist Brad Paisley announced Friday his first-ever concert in Bangor, set to take place at the Darling's Waterfront Pavilion on Sunday, June 15th as part of the 2014 Machias Savings Bank Concert Series.
Bangor police detectives have arrested a 25-year-old local man in connection with the death Wednesday of a 5-month-old child in Bangor.
"We're going to completely disrupt downtown and Market Square. We're going to disrupt the parking and all those businesses and I think that is a great concern," says Chris Ruhlin, owner of Herbal Tea & Tobacco in down town Bangor.
Mike Dyer, general manager at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor, points out the current traffic pattern that the city is using to get cars in and out the Cross Insurance Center during a meeting Thursday for the public to offer suggestions on how to ease traffic congestion in the Main Street and Buck street areas.
With the approval of the House of Representatives, two of Maine's Indian tribes are closer to realizing their longtime goals of opening their own casinos.
A significant construction and infrastructure improvement project planned for West Market Square in the heart of downtown Bangor is expected to result in a tough summer for businesses in the vicinity.
You beat us all into submission. I'm ready for it to be over, please. I can't take it anymore.
City officials will host a meeting Thursday night at the Cross Insurance Center to talk about potential fixes for traffic problems Bangor has seen since the opening of the new arena and events center.
A water main broke Thursday morning at the intersection of Broadway and State Street.
Police are seeking help locating a suspect they say stole a car from the Holiday Inn parking lot on Odlin Road on Thursday morning then collided with another vehicle on I-395 near the Farm Road exit.
Matthew Stone's February 28 piece in the Bangor Daily "Is Michaud's free sophomore year a good idea?" was rich with statistics, but unfortunately lacking the voice of real experiences from Maine students.