BANGOR - More and more of today's youth is on the internet, exploring new sites, and using social media. But in some cases, the internet can be a dangerous place for minors. As we've seen with the trial of Kyle Dube, and in other recent cases, the internet can be a tool used for evil.
But what does that mean for unsuspecting children and teens who become a target?
WASHINGTON – With the goal of making the application process easier and more efficient for our Veterans, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) now requires Veterans seeking disability benefits to use standardized claim and appeal forms. These standardized forms guide Maine Veterans to clearly state the symptoms or conditions for which they are seeking benefits and provide the information necessary for the Togus Regional Office to start processing their claims and appeals.
BANGOR – Over two dozen Husson University athletes will travel to Rhode Island this weekend to represent their school at a regional competition. The members of the Husson Dance and Cheer Teams will be competing for the first time at the New England All-Star and College Cheer & Dance Championships, after taking home first place for both teams during last year’s New England Opens Cheer & Dance Championship. This year’s competition will be held on Saturday, March 28th, at the Ryan Center in Kingston, Rhode Island.
NATIONAL - Founded in 1867, the Grange was the first fraternal farm organization in the country. Today it is also recognized as America’s number one rural family organization. There are nearly 300,000 members in 3,400 local or “Subordinate” Granges across 37 states. Grange month includes a number of opportunities for visiting a Grange near you.