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Bangor Man To Appear On Jeopardy
A: Being a contestant on his favorite game show. Q: What is "the thrill of a lifetime?"It's gotta be for Allen Adams of Bangor, who will be a contestant on the long-running game show Jeopardy, Tuesday night, Oct. 30.Adams, a staff writer forThe Maine Edge, a local newspaper in these parts, will be
NH restaurant owner faces trial for allegedly over-serving 3 grads before fatal crash
NH State Police photo courtesy of Seacoast OnlineThree Exeter High School graduates from East Kingston, New Hampshire, died from injuries suffered in a 2016 crash off Route 108 in Kensington.
Ex Bangor hospital worker accused of putting cameras in bathrooms
David Waltz, 58, of Hampden was arrested Monday by Bangor police. He was released on bail. Information about the amount of bail posted was not immediately available Tuesday.
Delta flight diverts to Bangor, passenger charged with assault
BANGOR, Maine (WABI)A plane headed from Atlanta to Germany had to make a stop in Bangor last night after a passenger caused trouble on board.Police say the Delta flight stopped in Bangor just before 9 pm.Bangor Police were called to the airport to assist federal law enforcement with a South Carolina
Hampden Man Arrested In Connection With Hidden Camera At EMMC
David Waltz, 58, of Hampden is charged with 15 counts of Invasion of Privacy, class D. He was located by investigators with Bangor's Criminal Investigation Division on Monday and arrested.
October Storm Could Drop Up To A Foot Of Snow In Parts Of Maine
Forecasters are predicting up to a foot of snow in parts of Maine.TheNational Weather Service in Caribouis predicting potentially record setting snowfall in parts of Maine overnight into Wednesday. To the north, 8-to-12 inches of snow is expected. The Bangor area could see one-to-three inches of sno
Bangor Mall’s appraised value plummets as new management tries to fill stores
Two recent appraisals cut the Bangor Mall’s value significantly, increasing pressure on new management to pump up revenue by filling empty stores and resigning two of the four anchor tenants, which have leases that expire within 18 months.
Orono Brewing owners to revive 29 Franklin St. in downtown Bangor
The Furths purchased 29 Franklin St., a nearly 15,000 square-foot, three-story building built in 1912, for $552,888 in December 2017, according to Heather Furth. She said they weren’t able to begin renovations on it until last week, after longtime tenants Northeast Occupational Exchange (NOE) moved
Charges against Waterfront Concerts owner dismissed
According to the Bangor Daily News, Monday, Gray withdrew his guilty plea to assaulting a former girlfriend as part of a deal he reached with prosecutors last year to resolve the misdemeanor charge.
City of Bangor continues work with property rehabbers
BANGOR, Maine (WABI) -Bangor officials are continuing their efforts to put distressed properties in the hands of rehabbers.Over the past few months working with developers by selling homes - many of them abandoned and in bad shape - that have been taken over by the city for unpaid taxes.The goal is
Top 5 Most Haunted Places in Bangor
Here are 6 more places that may have ghostly spirits! Can you think of any places we missed in Bangor?
Temporary power outages in Bangor due to system repairs
The utility says the work set to begin at 10 a.m. Sunday will take about two hours to complete. The work will affect some customers on French, Cumberland, Harlow, Newton, Center and Garland streets.
Bangor firefighters rescue small dog after its culvert adventure goes awry
Fiona, a miniature dachshund, got a little more than she may have bargained for Saturday afternoon when her expedition into a drainage culvert ended with a rescue operation by the Bangor Fire Department.
This Bangor church is determined to save its stained-glass windows
Gabor Degre | BDNA worker is silhouetted against a partially removed stained-glass window at All Souls Church in Bangor on Monday. A crew from the Hampden, Massachusets-based Stained Glass Resources Inc. is removing two major windows from the church. After cleaning and repairs, crews will reinstall
Kids in Bangor celebrate Halloween a little early
Andrew Loham, the Manager of UCP of Maine had this to say, “It's great for us to be able to do this for the community because where we are a nonprofit and deal with only folks with physical and intellectual needs so it's great that the community can come and know who we are and what we do.”
Juvenile arrested, Bangor school officials cancel homecoming bonfire over safety concerns
BANGOR, Maine (WABI) -Bangor High School's homecoming bonfire was cancelled Thursday night and juvenile from Bangor was been arrested and charged with terrorizing.On Thursday evening the Bangor Police Department was contacted by a parent who said they had seen some concerning statements posted on a
Maine news you need to know for Monday
Darren Fishell | BDNA campaign sign for Republican gubernatorial candidate Shawn Moody stands outside of his auto repair businesses' Portland location, on Presumpscot Street. Moody has said he does not plan to sell off interests in the company, which has 11 locations, if elected governor.
A Star is Born – Bradley Cooper & Lady Gaga, A Dynamic Duo
Emotionally telling and visually spectacular, theWarner Bros PicturesmovieA Star is Bornalready has gold Oscar style halo’s gathering around it, as it wows crowds all over the world. The directorial debut of Bradley Cooperin remaking this classic tale, meant him also taking on the lead role of a sea
Bangor police arrest juvenile on terrorizing charge
Stock image | PixabayByJulie Harris, BDN Staff•October 19, 2018 7:55 amBANGOR — Police arrested a juvenile from Bangor on a charge of terrorizing Thursday night after a parent alerted authorities there may be trouble at Bangor High School’s homecoming bonfire.The parent notified police about 6 p.m.
Historic organ is rescued in Bangor
In the reverberant high-ceilinged sanctuary of the Unitarian Universalist Society of Bangor this Sunday evening, an unusually powerful musical uplift will flood the room for the first time in a decade. The UUSB’s 100-year-old organ was given a terminal diagnosis several years back, but a series of d