Veterans Memorial to be Removed

BAR HARBOR -A memorial, honoring war veterans has stood in downtown Bar Harbor for the last two years, but now town officials have voted down keeping the monument. Our Erin Thomas has the story.

Rembering 9/11

 People all around the state are remembering the events of September 11, 2001. Governor Lepage ordered that all U.S. and state flags be flown at half staff from sunrise until sunset. Local fire departments are also remembering the many first responders who died on that tragic day. Brewer's fire department is flying a U.S. flag from one of their ladder trucks. The public is also invited inside the fire museum where pieces of the twin towers are on display. Ellsworth's fire department also has artifacts from ground zero which will be part of a special display this weekend. And in Eastport, residents will gather at six oclock tonight for a "Freedom walk". We'll hear the thoughts of locals as they look back on tonight's local news.

Vigil for Syria Held in Bangor

BANGOR - Following the President's remarks Tuesday evening, the crisis in Syria is at the forefront of many peoples minds, with those against a military strike speaking out earlier Tuesday in Bangor.

National Suicide Prevention Day

BANGOR - Suicide, it's an act that takes the life of a Mainer every two days and is the fourth leading cause of death for adults ages 35 to 54.

Cross Insurance Center Holds Grand Opening Gala

BANGOR - The Cross Insurance Center was filled with excitement Tuesday evening, perhaps a sign of the many things to come, hundreds in attendance this evening, all dressed to the nines at the Grand Opening Gala.

Orrington Woman Robbed at Knife Point, Suspects at Large

ORRINGTON - A scary situation for one woman in Orrington last night now has police looking for two armed suspects. Men wearing ski masks broke into a home, robbing the owner at knife point. Our Erin Thomas reports.

Cross Center Officially Opens

BANGOR - The Cross Insurance Center officially opened it's doors today, marking new a beginning in Bangor.

Steve Abbott to Leave UMaine

ORONO - University of Maine athletic director Steve Abbott announced today that he'll be leaving his job in the coming months. Abbott says he plans to return to Senator Collins campaign, where he worked as her chief of staff for a number of years. Politics has long been an interest for Abbott, who ran for governor in 2010, losing to Governor Lepage. He also says that there were a number of challenges that made his job difficult and time consuming, and his hope is now he'll have more time to spend with his family in Portland. Abbott has led the UMaine athletic department for four years, and will continue on with the program for the time being while a nationwide search is conducted. The hope is a new athletic director will be named before he leaves the position.

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