The Avenue - A Proposed Student Apartment Complex in Orono

ORONO - A proposed 270-unit apartment complex for students at the University of Maine was the focus at a public hearing Wednesday night. "The Avenue", as it's called, would be 31 residential buildings on roughly 46 acres of land off of Washburn Drive.

Father Files Lawsuit Against Bangor P.D. Over Death of Son

BANGOR - A Jackson man has filed a lawsuit against the Bangor Police Department and others, claiming their actions resulted in the wrongful death of his son in 2012. Officials say that man was under the influence of Bath Salts when police used a Taser to subdue him.

Judge Rules on Concession Contract Appeal

BAR HARBOR - A federal claims judge has denied the appeal of a Bar Harbor based company to win back the concession contract for Acadia National Park.

Video: Maine Maple Sunday has some in Sticky Situation

NEWBURGH - Its sure to make for a sweet weekend, as families from across the state celebrate Maple Syrup this Sunday. However, for some farmer, the freezing temperatures are making for a sticky situation.

Video: EMCC Prepares for Trivia Tournament

Bangor - A first of its kind event is happening this Friday, March 21 at the Eastern Maine Community College Campus. Nearly 20 teams will go head to head in the Maine Trivia Tournament, with some solid prizes at stake. Our Lindsey Mills will be co-hosting the event with EMCC President, Lawrence Barrett. He stopped by our studios this week to give us a little more information on what to expect.

Color Bangor needs volunteers

If you're not afraid of getting a little messy, the organizers of the American Folk Festival want to hear from you.

They're recruiting volunteers to help with the festivals first-ever "color run".

It's a 5k run along Bangor's waterfront--during which colorful corn starch will be thrown on the runners--creating a colorful display.

It's a fun way to raise money for the folk festival, but they cant do it without help.

The color run will take place on Saturday, april 26th.

You can learn more or register by visiting

Or call 992-2630

Fire cause uncovered

Investigators believe a frayed electrical cord likely caused a devestating apartment fire in Carmel.

Numerous fire departments were called to the blaze on yesterday on Route 2.

By the time it was out, the three story building was badly damaged and several members of a family were left without their home.

The fire chief tells us an electrical cord that ran to the clothes dryer became frayed where it came in contact with some duct work.

That caused a short circuit over time and sparked the fire.

Fire crews returned to the scene today to snuff out remaining hot spots and to help salvage some belongings.

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