Danger in Returning to a Home After a Fire

BANGOR - One local man was seriously injured recently...when he returned to his home just days after it was destroyed by a fire...showing how dangerous these situations can be.

Touring Show to Address Substance Abuse

BANGOR - The Penobscot Theatre Company is partnering with Acadia Hospital to bring a touring show to local schools. The play, "I am the Brother of Dragons", focuses on the issue of substance abuse, and its affects on families.

Seniors Learn About How to Avoid Fraud

BANGOR - We can all fall victim to fraud...putting us at risk for identity theft.  Well today one group learned how to prevent this nightmare from coming true.

Local School Campaigns to End the Word

BREWER - At Brewer High School today, hundreds of students came together to stop the use of the "r-word" from being used when describing someone with intellectual disabilities.

Bangor Man Charged With Privacy Violation

On March 5, 2013 at about 9:45PM, Officer Richard Polk met with a 24 year old Bangor woman at the police department who wanted to report that her privacy was violated. The victim stated that she lives in an apartment building on Essex Street and while she was showering noticed that a cell phone was hovering above her in between the ceiling tiles. She stated that she tried to grab it but it was pulled back before she could get it. The victim stated a few minutes later a neighbor, Carl Farrar, 26, knocked on her door and apologized for what he had done and deleted images from the phone in an effort to comfort her.

Officer Polk went to the address, interviewed Mr. Farrar and summoned him for Class D Misdemeanor Violation of Privacy. His court date is April 1, 2013 at 8:30AM.

Maine Shows Weak Economic Growth

AUGUSTA - According to the Maine Economic Growth Council's annual evaluation, there is cause for concern in the Pine Tree State.

Case Closed in Fetus Investigation

Bangor - Investigators are saying "case closed" in the matter of a human fetus found in Pickering Square last week. 

Thousands Of Canadian Cyclists Cancel Maine Trip

Belfast - A week-long bicycle ride in Maine by two-thousand Canadian cyclists has been cancelled after the group sponsoring the event was unable to reach an agreement with U.S. Customs.  

King Weighs in on Obama's Pick to Run C.I.A

Washington, D.C. -  U.S. Senator Angus King (I-Maine), released the following statement today on the president's nomination of John Brennan for the position of the Central Intelligence Agency's Director.
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