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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.
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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.
The University of Maine System's board of trustees will attempt to add focus and accountability to their plan to close a budget gap that campuses have been grappling with for years.
A City Council committee agreed that KahBang organizers breached their five-year contract with the city when they decided to move the music and arts festival to Portland this year, three weeks before showtime.
A 71-year-old man faces up t0 30 years in prison after a jury convicted him of trying to kill his wife by pushing her off Maiden Cliff in Camden in order to have her money and be with his former high school girlfriend.
Bangor Band members get ready to give a concert in its new "clam shell" performing space on the Bangor waterfront.
A jury of 11 women and one man deliberated for an hour and a half July 21 before finding Charles Reed Black, the former Camden man accused of trying to kill his then-wife by pushing her off Maiden Cliff, guilty of all charges.
The Philippine Court of Appeals has ordered the Bureau of Immigration to proceed with the deportation of a British cannabis seed trader facing charges for money laundering and narcotics trafficking in Maine, United States.
I was disgusted to read the article in the BDN on July 16 about the Paul Bunyan Burger Challenge at the Hollywood Casino in Bangor.
Members of the Marshall Ford Swing Band perform outside at Pickering Square in Bangor on Thursday, Aug. 23, 2012, as part of the annual Outdoor Market and Cool Sounds Free Concert Series.
Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 10:48 am
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