Sunday, 29 May 2016 21:02

Guns blazing for Memorial Day

ELLSWORTH- Gun shots rang out Sunday, but don't worry, it was all to honor Memorial Day.

BREWER - Members from the community are gathering at Jeff's Catering Company for All-American Kickboxing, bringing fighters from all over to get experience in the ring. 

HERMON - Community members gather on motorcycles to help raise money for those wanting to improve their reading. 

Saturday, 28 May 2016 02:51

Belfast hosts evening of music and art

The Belfast area is fast becoming one of coastal Maine's most vibrant communities.


Saturday, 28 May 2016 00:22

Police K9 unit keeps airport safe

BANGOR - The Maine Turnpike Authority estimates about 930,000 vehicles will travel in and out of Maine this weekend. But, Mainers will also be taking to the air and a special group of police officers are making sure your flight goes smoothly.

Friday, 27 May 2016 22:43

City of Belfast is booming

BELFAST - The city of Belfast is booming even on a gloomy day.

ELLSWORTH - Hancock county is seeing an increase in unemployment frauds. It is something that is now becoming a priority.

Friday, 27 May 2016 20:00

Benefit for motorcycle crash victims

HAMPDEN--A young couple continues to recover following a terrible motorcycle crash in Orrington.

Breanne Mcintyre suffered a traumatic brain injury and John Gerald lost part of his right leg.

Now a Hampden hair dresser is using her talents to raise money for them.

Cait Ravin has cut Breanne's hair--along with other members of her family.

She decided a good way to help cover some of their bills would be to sell hair extensions for just 10 dollars.

The extensions are purple. Breanne's favorite color, and are real human hair.

You can get yours for ten dollars by visiting Cait at Scissor Excitement on Western Avenue in Hampden.

A GOFUNDME page has also been set up to help the couple deal with their mounting expenses.

Friday, 27 May 2016 19:59

Several dogs killed in fire

NEWBURGH--Several dogs were killed Friday when a fire erupted inside a home in Newburgh.

The blaze on the North Road was reported around noon.

Officials say no one had been living in the home for some time, but dogs were being kept there.

The fire erupted in the basement, but crews managed to stop it before the entire house was lost.

Chief Keith Miller says there was so much trash blocking the doors, they had to remove them in order to get inside.

They'll now try to find the owner and the Fire Marshal's Office is expected to look for the cause of the fire.

Friday, 27 May 2016 18:42

Second robbery suspect arrested

OLD TOWN--Police have made a second arrest in an Old Town robbery.

25 year old Marion Anderson was captured last night in Bangor.

She's one of three people accused of robbing a man on Monday night.

The victim says one of the suspects drove him to the end of a dead end street where he was assaulted by the suspects and his property was stolen. .

33 year old Terra Farnham and Anderson were expected to appear before a judge today.

Police are still looking for the third suspect who has not been identified.

If you have any information that can help, please call the Old Town Police Department.

BANGOR - In its wake, the spruce budworm outbreak will not only annihilate trees but will have crippling effects to Maine's economy.

BROOKLIN- Fishermen know that Lobster Zones in Maine are competitive. If a fisherman travels to another zone, it can cause wars between fishermen. Now that one of the final open lobster zones may be closing, fishermen are worried about the future of the industry.

SEARSPORT - A special school project in Searsport culminated with a boat launching Thursday.

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