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  1. A Maine man spent more than $100,000 to dredge for quahog. Now the practice might be banned.Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Bangor Daily News

    Raymond "Bucky" Alexander figures he has at least $100,000 and several years invested in rebuilding his boat and crafting, by hand, the iron dredger he's used this summer to dredge for quahogs in the New Meadows River. He checked with the Maine Marine Patrol about the law, and early this spring, when he headed down the river, he and his cousin, West Bath Shellfish Warden Doug Alexander, set out buoys to mark the subtidal area, the part of the river that is underwater even at low tide, where the law says he can dredge.

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  2. On-duty hospital paramedic arrested for OUI in BathRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 10 | Bangor Daily News

    A paramedic with the Bath Fire Department was arrested for operating under the influence Thursday night after responding to the scene of a possible drowning while working a second job as a paramedic for Mid Coast Hospital. James W. Perry, 54, of Bath works full time for the city as a firefighter/paramedic.

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  3. Traffic study will gauge Bath Iron Works' impact on host cityRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 8 | Bangor Daily News

    Bath Iron Works, the city of Bath and the Maine Department of Transportation have undertaken a traffic study of the city's south end neighborhoods in an effort to address the need for additional parking and "conflicts" between cars and pedestrians. The $75,000 cost of the study will be split evenly among the three stakeholders, Bath Assistance City Manager Marc Meyers said Thursday.

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  4. Fire forces evacuation of 40 seniors from Maine apartment buildingRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 2 | Bangor Daily News

    A fire that damaged the first floor of an elderly housing apartment building in Bath displaced 40 people Sunday morning. The fire was reported about 10:15 a.m. at the Seacliff building at 47 Floral St., according to CBS affiliate WGME.

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  5. Maine shipbuilders replace stealthy US destroyer's 15-ton turbineRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 31 | Bangor Daily News

    The future USS Michael Monsoor leaves Bath Iron Works for sea trials in Bath, Maine, Dec. 4, 2017. The shipbuilder has replaced one of the massive turbines on the stealthy destroyer.

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  6. Man faces felony charges after Phippsburg crashRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 20, 2018 | Bangor Daily News

    A 32-year-old Lewiston man faces felony charges after he allegedly fled the scene of a head-on collision Sunday morning in Phippsburg that sent a 69-year-old Warren woman to the hospital. Dustin Jacobs is charged with operating after license suspension causing an accident with injury, driving to endanger, operating under the influence with two prior convictions and aggravated leaving the scene of a crash with personal injury, Phippsburg police Chief John Skroski said Monday.

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  7. Maine swimmer claims 2 gold medals at YMCA Long Course NationalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 13, 2018 | Bangor Daily News

    Olivia Harper of Long Reach Swim Club in Bath, who won the 100-yard backstroke in April at the YMCA Short Course Nationals, continued her excellence in the backstroke with impressive wins recently at the YMCA Long Course Nationals. Harper won both the 100-meter and 200-meter backstroke events in the meet held at the University of Maryland.

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  8. Maine's Dave Swearingen, former AP chief of bureau, dies at 73Read the original story

    Aug 9, 2018 | Bangor Daily News

    Dave Swearingen, a former Associated Press bureau chief who led coverage of Indiana's first execution in more than two decades and the arrests of more than 1,000 demonstrators at the Seabrook nuclear power plant in New Hampshire, has died at age 73. Swearingen died Aug. 1 in Greenfield, Indiana, after a recent bout of pneumonia caused his health to fail, his family said. The Bath, Maine, native's journalism career spanned four decades with stints as chief of bureau in Concord, New Hampshire, and in Indianapolis.

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  9. Maine attorney accused of stealing from Japan exchange programRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 9, 2018 | Bangor Daily News

    The Damariscotta Police Department has arrested a local attorney on charges related to taking thousands of dollars, which he later repaid, from a nonprofit that facilitates student exchanges between Bath and a city in Japan. Jonathan C. Hull, 72, who lives in Newcastle and practices in Damariscotta, faces one count each of class B forgery, class B theft by unauthorized taking, class D misuse of entrusted property and class E falsify private records, according to court documents.

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  10. Navy awards Bath Iron Works almost $8M for more design work on new frigateRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 31, 2018 | Bangor Daily News

    Bath Iron Works and four other shipyards competing to design the Navy's new frigate were awarded additional funding on Monday for additional work on its proposed ship design. The Navy awarded Bath Iron Works $7.95 million for further conceptual design work for the guided missile frigate FFG , according to a release from the Department of Defense.

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  11. Midcoast fox and skunk test positive for rabiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 31, 2018 | Bangor Daily News

    A fox that attacked three people in Brunswick on Friday, as well as a skunk found by an older woman in her Range Road yard on Saturday have tested positive for rabies, Brunswick Animal Control Officer Heidi Nelson said Tuesday. The woman found the skunk wandering in her yard Saturday morning and, using her bare hands, captured the skunk and put it in a box, Nelson said.

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  12. Fox attacks three, including small child, in BrunswickRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 30, 2018 | Bangor Daily News

    Three people including a 5-year-old girl were bitten by a fox Friday afternoon in Brunswick in what local police believe was another attack by a rabid animal. Officers and game wardens went to a home on Moody Road just after 3:30 p.m. Friday, where a woman reported that her children were playing outside when one of them began screaming and banging on the door.

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  13. Toxic moths are on the move in MaineRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 14, 2018 | Bangor Daily News

    The Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry is interested in collecting data to track the spread of these browntail moths and caterpillars. But to people who know what they are, the innocuous-seeming moths are not cute at all.

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  14. Report: 'Stealth' destroyer returns to Bath Iron Works with wrecked engineRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 12, 2018 | Bangor Daily News

    One of two engines on the USS Michael Monsoor, the second Zumwalt-class destroyer built by Bath Iron Works, must be replaced after turbine blades were damaged during acceptance trials. The DDG 1001 was in Bath on Thursday, USNI News reported .

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  15. Fourth Brunswick resident in two weeks attacked by rabid animalRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 3, 2018 | Bangor Daily News

    For the fourth time in two weeks, a Brunswick resident has been attacked by a wild animal that subsequently tested positive for rabies. A man gardening on Bouchard Drive was able to subdue the fox, which had been in the area of Paul Street, with a shovel without being exposed, according to Waltz.

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  16. The story behind the sea scrolls on Popham BeachRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 3, 2018 | Bangor Daily News

    Three or four times each summer, wanderers along the winding sands at Popham Beach stop in surprise and marvel at the intricate, winding drawings being created by Kathy Icando Lambert. Lambert, 56, of Haverhill, Massachusetts, uses as variety of tools, including a long wooden rake handle and a claw-like metal garden rake, to create the scrolls, some in a mandala shape and some closer to waves.

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  17. Bangor wrestling group earns statewide recognitionRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 28, 2018 | Bangor Daily News

    High school wrestling has struggled for years to maintain a foothold in Greater Bangor because of limited participation, but an effort to build support for the sport at the youth level is working to gain traction in the Queen City. Bangor Area Wrestling has grown from 25 participants during its inaugural season in 2014 to 75 wrestlers in three age groups last winter.

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  18. Maine high court considers whether Facebook posting violates no-contact orderRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 15, 2018 | Bangor Daily News

    The Maine Supreme Judicial Court will decide if a man violated the law by posting comments on his Facebook page about a person he was forbidden to contact. Richard Heffron III, 39, of Bath posted on his Facebook page about a woman who had a protection from abuse order against him.

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  19. 12th Mainer charged in baby eel trafficking sting sentenced to 1 year probationRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 14, 2018 | Bangor Daily News

    In the final sentencing in Maine that resulted from an East Coast wildlife trafficking sting operation, a West Bath man has been ordered to serve a year of probation and to pay a $15,000 fine. Albert Cray, 40, who was sentenced last week in federal court in Portland, is the 14th person to be charged in Maine and the 12th Mainer to be charged as a result of Operation Broken Glass, an investigation by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife service into an illegal scheme to harvest and traffick in baby eels, which sell for thousands of dollar per pound.

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  20. Dredging raises worries about threat to once-endangered Maine shellfish flatsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 8, 2018 | Bangor Daily News

    Prompted by concerns raised by other shellfish harvesters and Brunswick's marine resource officer, state officials will determine whether a Phippsburg boat dredging for quahogs in the New Meadows River in West Bath poses a threat to the resource. Patrick Keliher, commissioner of the Department of Marine Resources, has directed staff to look into the issue, department spokesman Jeff Nichols confirmed Wednesday afternoon.

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