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Bangor Farmers Market; August Prime Time for Farmers Market

Bangor Farmers Market; August Prime Time for Farmers Market

BANGOR – The summer is winding down, so if you haven’t been to the Bangor Farmer’s Market yet this season, now is the prime time to go.   Along with tons of organic and conventionally raised meats, baked goods, and gluten free products, there is also the widest array of produce during this time of year.     “This … Read More

Woman Hits Triple Digits; Says

Woman Hits Triple Digits; Says, “Didn’t See It Coming”

HAMPDEN – A hundred years of anything is a feat, especially when it’s your birthday.   Ruth Stearns, originally from Monticello, celebrated hitting triple digits with family, loved ones and students she has taught over the years as a teacher in Hampden Saturday afternoon.   Ruth first came to the area to attend the Maine school of commerce … Read More

Missing Woman Found Safe

Missing Woman Found Safe

WEST FORKS – There was a lot of relief for some very concerned people this morning.   A Fairfield woman has been found after she disappeared and spent the night in the woods of rural Somerset County.   29 year old Erica Lachance and some others decided to hike to Moxie Falls around 4:15 yesterday after going white … Read More

SPCA Takes Over Bar Harbor

SPCA Takes Over Bar Harbor

BAR HARBOR – Bar Harbor looked a bit like “Bark” Harbor Saturday afternoon – as the SPCA of Hancock County held its 7th Annual Free Pet Fair.   Held at the College of the Atlantic – the day included representatives from rescue groups, live music, sno-cones for dogs and SPCA pets up for adoption.     Each year the … Read More

Safety Is Key at Bangor Fair; Stay Hydrated

Safety Is Key at Bangor Fair; Stay Hydrated, Watch Where You’re Walking

BANGOR – Officials say safety was their priority at this year’s Bangor State Fair.   The Bangor Fire Department remained on hand throughout the week, in the event of an emergency.     “One of the really important things that people want to keep in mind is to stay hydrated, drink plenty of fluids. It’s pretty hot out, dry, … Read More

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“Secret, Hand Written Note” Missing at the Center of Civil Rights Lawsuit

AUGUSTA – A key piece of evidence in the federal lawsuit against governor Paul LePage seems to be missing.   The lawsuit claims LePage broke the law by threatening the chairman of the board at Good Will-Hinckley in a secret handwritten note. That letter allegedly said LePage would withhold funding if House Speaker Mark Eves continued … Read More

Conservation Efforts to Assist Military Training

Conservation Efforts to Assist Military Training

WASHINGTON D.C. – New conservation efforts are underway to help military personnel.   Senators Susan Collins and Angus King say two-million-dollars will help prevent development to almost 10-thousand acres of land surrounding the Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape School in western Maine. They say the land is critical for pilots and other military personal to learn how … Read More

Man Drowns off Pine Point Beach; Bystanders Pulled Him Ashore

Man Drowns off Pine Point Beach; Bystanders Pulled Him Ashore

SCARBOROUGH – A Scarborough man is dead after drowning off Pine Point Beach.   It happened Saturday afternoon. The man allegedly went underwater near a jetty and then did not re-surface.     Beach-goers were able to pull the man ashore before rescue crews arrived. First responders tried to revive him, but were unsuccessful.     The victim’s identity has not been … Read More

Search Continues for Kimberly Moreau; Last Seen Alive in 1986

Search Continues for Kimberly Moreau; Last Seen Alive in 1986

CANTON – State Police say they will not return to the Canton property owned by one of the last people believed to have seen Kimberly Moreau alive nearly 30 years ago.   The five acre property is just 12 miles from where Moreau was last seen. State police say they’ve cleared Brian Enman’s property in Canton.     Investigators … Read More

Police Investigating Arson; Threat  Comments Came Thursday Night

Police Investigating Arson; Threat Comments Came Thursday Night

SKOWHEGAN – Police are investigating arson threats; targeted at the Skowhegan Indian sculpture.   The investigation was launched Friday after someone targeted the sculpture online. Similar threats have been made in the past as tensions continue to rise over if the community should change its mascot.     The commenter reportedly called to “torch the Indian” demeaning those who … Read More

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