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Governor Holds Town Hall Meeting; Spoke about His Plans for Maine's Future

Governor Holds Town Hall Meeting; Spoke about His Plans for Maine’s Future

FARMINGTON – Governor LePage holding a town hall meeting in Farmington to discuss Maine’s future.   The governor speaking about how he plans to move Maine forward while answering questions from the public.     Lepage also talked about his plans to reduce and ultimately eliminate the state’s income tax, as well as his plans to reform welfare and … Read More

There's a New Option for Parking in Downtown Bangor

There’s a New Option for Parking in Downtown Bangor

BANGOR – There’s a new option for parking in downtown Bangor. Its called parkbangor.com.   Its a city website that shows you where and how to find free parking. The website also shows you how to use the new kiosk to pay to park.     “They have launched a new website….. But there is also free parking off … Read More

Jug Crashes Through Car Window; Couple Treated for Minor Injuries

Jug Crashes Through Car Window; Couple Treated for Minor Injuries

MADAWASKA – An elderly couple in Madawaska receive minor injuries after a jug crashes through their windshield.   86-year-old Paul Chasse and his wife Alice were driving on Route 161 when the jug came crashing through their windshield. Chasse and his wife were taken to a local hospital for treatment of minor cuts.     State Police says it’s … Read More

Brewer Man to Serve 80 days in Jail

Brewer Man to Serve 80 days in Jail

BANGOR – A brewer man is ordered to serve 80 days in jail for violating his bail conditions by contacting an alleged victim.   The judge considered jail time 22-year-old Kirk Panther has already served. Last fall, he was arrested and charged with sexual abuse of a minor and sexual exploitation of a minor. Those charges … Read More

Florida Family Hikes AT in Two Summers

Florida Family Hikes AT in Two Summers

BANGOR – Momma Bear and her three children, 11 year old Spicy Guy and 5 year old twins, Strong Man and Little Butt hiked the entire Appalachian Trail. Luckily these names are only there trail names that they used over the last year.   The journey started last summer in Georgia where the family hiked three … Read More

Organic Gardening Group Benefits Community Members

Organic Gardening Group Benefits Community Members

ORONO- It’s a win-win situation at the Orono Community Gardens, where members of the community have spent all summer learning how to organically garden. But while the volunteers walked away with the gift of knowledge, senior citizens got to enjoy some freshly grown food…   “It started when it started because we wanted to get people involved … Read More

Monson Man Heading to Jail for Six Months

Monson Man Heading to Jail for Six Months

BANGOR – A Monson man is heading to jail for six months after pleading guilty to several charges of domestic violence.   36-year-old Jared Clawson pleaded guilty today to two felony charges of domestic violence threatening with a dangerous weapon and one felony count of domestic terrorizing with a dangerous weapon.     He also pleaded to guilty to … Read More

Bangor Man Is Facing up to 110 Years in Federal Prison

Bangor Man Is Facing up to 110 Years in Federal Prison

BANGOR – A Bangor man is facing up to one-hundred-and-ten years in federal prison after pleading guilty today to child pornography charges.   27-year-old Timothy Klimas pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in Bangor to using children to produce child pornography and to distributing child pornography.     Court records reveal that between 2012 and 2014 Klimas sexually abused … Read More

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