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World's Largest Airplane To Land In Bangor

World’s Largest Airplane To Land In Bangor

UPDATED: BANGOR -The Behemoth of a plane originally slated to land in Bangor has been postponed. After speaking with Tony Caruso at Bangor International he stated that there is no date as of yet when it will be arriving.   Previously posted; It will be a sight to behold. At approximately 4:05 pm The Antonov … Read More

Seven New England Clean Fleets Get Recognized for Being Green - Two From Maine

Seven New England Clean Fleets Get Recognized for Being Green – Two From Maine

PORTLAND – Seven vehicle fleets around the region have been selected as Northern Stars of New England for their efforts to cut carbon emissions, reduce their use of petroleum, and promote and utilize alternative fuels to power their vehicles. Each fleet demonstrated a deep commitment to the goals of the Clean Cities program through use … Read More

State Needs Help Monitoring Frogs

State Needs Help Monitoring Frogs

STATEWIDE – Frogs will be mating soon and Maine Audubon is looking for volunteers to lend an ear and tune into the process.   Frogs will become much more active over the next couple of weeks, and with the warm weather expected this weekend frog activity is expected to really jump. Frog and toad species make … Read More

Food Packing Event Coming Up

Food Packing Event Coming Up

BANGOR – The Meals From Maine food packing event is coming right up.   The third annual event and community food drive will be held at the former Circuit City building on Stillwater Avenue. Taking place Saturday April 25th, at 10am, the goal is to pack more than 100,000 meals to be shipped to starving children … Read More

Tiller & Rye Opens In Brewer

Tiller & Rye Opens In Brewer

BREWER – Next time you need to go grocery shopping, consider a newer, eco-friendly option.   This marks the opening of Brewer’s newest grocery store, but it may be different than what you’re used to.     “This supermarket, we really wanted it to have more of a local vibe.” Sarah Morneault, Co-owner, Tiller & Rye “We wanted it … Read More

Pre-K Benefits Discussed

Pre-K Benefits Discussed

Bangor school, city and business leaders say Pre-K programs in The Queen City are showing strong performance. BANGOR – Bangor public schools is one of a few districts around the state that invests heavily in early childhood education.   A report by business organization Ready-Nation Maine, shows that 58-percent of children in the state don’t have Pre-K … Read More

Rockland Juveniles Charged With Underage Drinking

Rockland Juveniles Charged With Underage Drinking

ROCKLAND – Five Rockland juveniles, including two as young as 11, are facing charges after an underage drinking party.     Rockland police tell us the party was reported to them on April first by a grandmother who arrived home to find the party underway.     Two 11-year-olds were summoned for theft of alcohol from a nearby Hannaford. One of … Read More

Calais Man Guilty of Lying to Feds

Calais Man Guilty of Lying to Feds

CALAIS – A Calais man will pay thousands in fines for lying to Federal Agents.   65-year-old Clyde Eldridge admitted to lying to officials from the United States Environmental Protection Agency when he was questioned in 2010. They were investigating the illegal use of the pesticide, cypermethrin which killed hundreds of lobsters off Deer Isle and … Read More

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