Bangor Area Youth Choirs to present spring concert “Hope Lingers On.” Bangor Area Youth Choirs, now in its 30th year of Helping Youth Discover Their Voice, is pleased to present […]
13-year-old struck when getting off school bus in Gray
A student leaving a school bus was struck near the area of 135 Lewiston Road on Tuesday afternoon and was seriously injured.
Brown, Holmes & Milliken Agency receives prestigious recognition
ELLSWORTH — Brown, Holmes & Milliken Agency was recently named to The Hanover Insurance Group’s President’s Club, an elite group of independent insurance agencies from across the country. The Hanover’s […]
Canadian wildfire smoke will cause hazy skies in Maine
An air quality warning has been issued for much of Maine as smoke from Canadian wildfires drifts into the state on Tuesday night.
Perkins promoted to digital project manager + senior manager of system technology at Rinck Advertising
LEWISTON — Rinck Advertising has announced the promotion of Nate Perkins to the position of digital project manager + senior manager of system technology. In this role, Perkins is responsible for […]
Former first lady Rosalynn Carter has dementia
Rosalynn Carter, 95, remains at home with Jimmy Carter, who has been at home receiving hospice care since early this year.
Debt ceiling deal is essential but nothing to cheer about
“Lawmakers can complain about it, but failure to accept this deal brings only bad outcomes, which will get worse by the day.”
Man killed in Carrabassett Valley collision
Joshua Farnsworth, 42, died at the scene.
Complete game from pitcher Chad Willis carries Hermon baseball to win over MDI
Chad Willis was stellar for Hermon, going the distance and collecting 10 strikeouts along the way.
Northern Light EMMC picks Aroostook County hospital leader as new president
Gregory T. LaFrancois currently serves as president at Northern Light AR Gould Hospital in Presque Isle.
Letter: Debt ceiling options
“[Biden] could spare the country the disruption of economic chaos while risking impeachment for breaking only one law.”
Letter: LD 1689 would help keep pets with their people
“Current Maine law exempts medicine and antibiotics for animals from the sales tax when used in animal agricultural production. Why wouldn’t we do the same for our beloved pets?”
Portland police looking for missing woman
Amanda Fielder, 32, was last seen Friday at the 7-Eleven on Washington Avenue.
Susan Collins ‘concerned’ about automatic provisions in debt ceiling deal
Meanwhile, U.S. Sen. Susan Collins did not immediately respond Tuesday morning to a request for her position on the bill.
Callie Small helps Hampden Academy softball rally past Brewer
With its 4-3 victory over Brewer, the Hampden Academy softball team has now won five of its last six games.
Silver & Gold Anniversary Mass set for Old Town on June 17
OLD TOWN — Their lives, love, and strength of faith inspire hope, and on Saturday, June 17, Maine couples celebrating milestone anniversaries will be honored as part of the Silver […]
Theatre Noveau presents ‘The Madwoman of Chaillot–Uncensored’
BELFAST – Theatre Nouveau ‘s debut production “The Madwoman of Chaillot—Uncensored” will open on Friday, June 2 at The Playhouse at 107 Church Street. Details are: Theatre Nouveau, a new […]
New president named at Medical Center
Gregory T. LaFrancois to join Northern Light Eastern Maine Medical Center in July BANGOR — Northern Light Health president and CEO Tim Dentry is pleased to announce that Gregory T. […]
2 kids accused of setting off chemical device in Brewer store
The pair allegedly set off a chemical device inside the Dollar Tree at Twin City Plaza on Sunday.
Good Shepherd Food Bank partners with Bangor, Brewer nonprofits to sponsor three summer lunch sites
Good Shepherd Food Bank will once again sponsor Summer Lunch sites where Bangor and Brewer children can receive free nutritious meals throughout the summer. Through partnerships with the Bangor Boys […]