UMaine Art Studio Opens

ORONO - University of Maine Art students now have a bigger, better, place to explore their creativity.
Our Erin Thomas has more.

Students Learn About Water Quality

OLD TOWN - Old Town Elementary School students took to Hirundo Wildlife Refuge to learn outside of the classroom. The 5th graders collected fresh water mussels in order to test the water quality.

State Police Go Pink With New Plates

STATEWIDE - Tomorrow will mark the beginning of breast cancer awareness month, and this year, Maine State Police are showing support with a new license plate.

Dogs found

We're happy to report that members of a New Jersey family have been reunited with their two missing dogs.

The young chocolate labs were stolen from the back of a vehicle in Newport this month while the owners were visiting a service station.

The owners also have a camp in Sangerville, and that's where one of the dogs was found running in a field.

It was returned by a neighbor and now the second dog has also been found.

According to the Bangor daily, the owner found that second dog hanging around a camp on Saturday and brought it home.

She suspects the thieves dumped them in the area after the story generated so many headlines in the local media.

Small business workshop

The Affordable Care Act: What Small Businesses Need to Know

 

Bangor—Mitchell Stein from Consumers for Affordable Health Care returns to Bangor Tuesday, October 8 from 8:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. for a FREE workshop as a part of EMDC’s Fall Workshop Series.  The workshop will be held at EMDC’s offices at 40 Harlow Street office in Bangor.

Consumers for Affordable Health Care is a non-profit advocacy organization committed to helping all Maine people obtain quality, affordable, health care.

Mitchell Stein is the Policy Director of Consumers for Affordable Health Care where he is responsible for directing the policy agenda of the organization.  His work includes conducting health policy research and writing reports for advocacy efforts as well as presenting at public forums, including state legislature, press conferences, and other venues.

Registration is recommended. Visit www.emdc.org/events or call 207-942-6389 to register.

Birth night

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

MEDIA ADVISORY

September  30, 2013

EMMC Holds Birth Night for Expectant Parents

Bangor, Maine – Welcoming a baby into the world is the first of many memorable moments for a growing family. Eastern Maine Medical Center knows all parents want to feel prepared and knowledgeable about programs and services in our community to make this joyous time a little easier. On Tuesday, October 1, EMMC will host the fall 2013 Birth Night, from 6-8 pm in Mason Auditorium on EMMC’s State Street campus. If you are a new parent, expectant parent, or planning for a baby in the future, this free program offers information about the services EMMC and the surrounding communities offer including baby massage, infant and child CPR, childbirth education classes, and much more.

At 6:45 pm, there will be presentations on the importance of music for infants and helping greater Bangor become breastfeeding friendly.

 
 
 
 
 

 

Home Intruder in Rome, Shot, Killed

 

ROME - State Police say a man was shot to death Saturday night in the town of Rome as he was attempting a home invasion. 

Dairy Barn Burns To The Ground

 

TURNER -  A large milking barn that was part of an organic beef and dairy farm has burned to the ground in the town of Turner. 

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