Details of suit filed against Verso sale

Bucksport - The now former workers of the Bucksport mill, along with the state of Maine are continuing to fight the sale of the Verso paper mill.  Filing a lawsuit in federal court.

Watch: Sno-X means BIG Business

Bangor - Starting Saturday morning Bass Park and the Hollywood Raceway in Bangor will be over-run with thousands of fans and hundreds of snow mobilers.  All turning out for Sno-X, an event that only a few short months ago.. was just an idea.

New Year Can Mean a New Job

BANGOR - A new year, can mean a new you, in many different ways. We headed to the CareerCenter to learn more about the availability of jobs in the area.

Head-on collision on Route 1A

Holden - Both lanes of traffic on Route 1A backed up for miles after a head-on collision late Thursday afternoon.

Watch: Frozen pipes all over the state

Hampden - It's cold out there!
Conditions well below freezing for a few days, these icy conditions impacting Mainer's in a variety of ways.  From people who have to work in the outdoors, to those who are now working overtime because of what's going on outdoors.

Wormers and Clammers Convene

ELLSWORTH -Daniel Harrington says worming and clamming is not only his livelihood but also his education.

Hit and run

Hampden police are looking for the driver involved in a hit-and-run.
 The crash occurred in the parking lot of the post office on Penobscot Meadow Drive around 7-30 this morning.Officer Ben Eyles says a woman driving a black or dark colored Subaru hit another vehicle while backing out of a parking space. He says the woman took off, only to return a short time later and pick up what's believed to be her license plate.
 The driver is described as a thin female wearing a light colored hat, a winter coat, and turquoise sweat pants.Anyone with information is asked to contact Hampden police at 862-4000.

Island meth bust

It appears no Maine community is immune from the spread of methamphetamine.  Three people have been arrested following the discovery of an alleged meth lab on Vinalhaven. They include 25 year Ryan Rairdon of Houlton, 20 year old Hillary Walker of Vinalhaven  and 23 year old Owen Adair who also lives on the island. They're all charged with trafficking in methamphetamine.  Officials say the Knox County Sheriff's Department learned about the lab inside a small tool shed yesterday and Maine drug Enforcement Agency was called to dismantle it. The location isn't being disclosed because the owner wasn't aware it was there. Agents also went to a home in union where additional evidence was seized. 28 meth labs were busted in Maine last year. This is the first of the new year.

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