Performance to fight cold

Heating Fund Benefit

Good music for a good cause - that’s the idea behind a local benefit that is returning to Ellsworth. The Knights of Columbus are sponsoring “To Warm a Winter’s Night lll” at the Grand Auditorium on January 24th at 7:00pm. The evening of live music features four bands as well as an auction of unique items. Finns is hosting a wine and beer bar and Bianco will be catering hors d’oeuvres. Net Proceeds benefit the Washington Hancock Community Agency’s THAW Fund and other community heating Funds. This has been a tough heating season for many of our friends and neighbors. It has put a tremendous strain on local resources. Mac Lir, Bobbi Lane,the Crown Vics and the Trish Mason Band are donating their talents to raise money for the funds that help people in emergency situations. Tickets are $15.00 for general admission. One dollar of every ticket will go to the Grand’s historic preservation fund. For more information call 667-9500 or go to

Remembering Bill Knight: A Troop Greeter, Veteran, Role Model

BANGOR - He was one of the first faces American troops would see once coming down the ramp at Bangor International Airport. Sunday dozens honored and remembered the life of Bill Knight, a Maine Troop Greeter, veteran, and role model.

23rd Annual Bangor Wedding Show

BANGOR - The Spectacular Event Center was packed this weekend as the 23rd Annual Bangor Wedding Show showed off some of the hot vendors of 2014.

Ice Storm Causes Chaos in Bangor

BANGOR - Low morning temperatures and periods of heavy rain led to slick roads, with as many as 15 reported accidents per hour, even Bangor's nine cruisers couldn't keep up.

Busy Day at the Airport

BANGOR - Quite the scare for some passengers who arrived in Bangor this afternoon from New York, after the ice caused their plane to skid off the taxi-way.

Machias Savings Backs Brewer Family in Cancer Fight

BREWER -- Mike Openshaw has terminal cancer.  For years, Mike, his wife and his three daughters have greeted scores of people to their home around Christmas.  Visitors admire their spectacular lights display, but more importantly, donate to the charitable hot cocoa stand.  It's a stand that's raised over $20,000 for cancer research.  Now -- Machias Savings Bank is stepping up. Jared Pliner reports.

Lobster Shell Study Underway at University of Maine

ORONO - A new study is looking at ways to use lobster shells to create a cheaper, more natural pigment used in food  for farm raised salmon, to give them that healthy pink color we expect. But according to the University of Maine researcher leading the study, the findings could mean so much more, with a potential to create a new state industry.

Medicaid Expansion Study Released

AUGUSTA - A much anticipated, and highly debated report showing the "Feasibility of Medicaid Expansion under the Affordable Care Act," was released to the media today, exposing the projected cost of added enrollment to the state's health coverage program.

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