Wednesday, 31 January 2018 08:13

Tuesday's storm cause of mulitiple accidents

BANGOR - Falling snow created whiteout conditions across the area Tuesday, especially on the highway.

BANGOR - In a rarely seen move, the Bangor Ethics Committee met Tuesday evening in the council chamber.

FAIRFIELD - A Fairfield man has been taken into custody following a several-hour standoff in Fairfield.

BANGOR- Judge Ann Murray heard another full day of testimony at day seven of the jury-waived Phillip Scott Fournier murder trial.

BELFAST - Belfast will now be the home of the worlds largest land based salmon farm.

AUGUSTA - The moratorium on retail sales of marijuana is scheduled to expire on Thursday.

BANGOR - The man accused of a Second Street murder in early January made his first court appearance Tuesday.

Tuesday, 30 January 2018 15:31

Court documents detail attempted murder plan

CORINTH - Court documents have revealed more details on a Corinth man accused of setting fire to a home while his girlfriend was inside.

AUGUSTA - The U.S. Coast Guard has abandoned efforts to break up ice on the Kennebec River.

EASTPORT - A close call for some fishermen in Eastport this afternoon.

ORONO - The composition of Maine's forests is changing according to a newly released study that's been 30 years in the making

PHILADELPHIA (ABC NEWS) - The New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles rarely face each other.

BELFAST – After assessing international markets and conducting comprehensive site searches throughout New England, Nordic Aquafarms, headquartered in Norway and one of the premier international developers of land-based aquaculture, has signed agreements to purchase 40 acres on the outskirts of Belfast, where it will build one of the world’s largest land-based salmon farms.

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