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The Gifts of Music

The Gifts of Music

Brewer – The gift of music was handed out this afternoon.   The Gifts of Music program has been around for 5 years now, it’s goal is to ensure that music remains a vital part of a students education. Considering it to be a part of academics instead of something extra curricular. Friday at Mark’s Music in … Read More

New Brand Unveiled for Moosehead Lake Region

New Brand Unveiled for Moosehead Lake Region

GREENVILLE –  – “America’s Crown Jewel” was unveiled as the new brand for Moosehead Lake Region’s future. After several months of research and planning, The Moosehead Lake Region Branding Initiative Committee announced and presented the region’s new brand direction at Greenville Consolidated School.   They hope the new plan will attract more young people back to the … Read More

State Street ATM Robbery

State Street ATM Robbery

BANGOR – At approximately 3:00 am on Friday April 3rd 2015 an 18 year old man was robbed of a substantial amount of cash after visiting the ATM at the One Stop located at 96 State Street in Bangor.   Detectives of the Bangor Police Department were able to identify the suspects in the robbery by … Read More

Governor LePage Supports SEALSfit Program

Governor LePage Supports SEALSfit Program, $16,000 Allocated to the Program From Contingency Fund

AUGUSTA – Governor Paul R. LePage announced this week, he is allocating $16,000 to the SEALSfit youth leadership program. The funding is through the Governor’s contingency fund and the money will enable the program to continue offering support to Maine youth.     The Portland Police Department and the Maine Leadership Institute manage the SEALSfit program, which … Read More

Machias Bay Chamber Plans for Annual Dinner and Auction

Machias Bay Chamber Plans for Annual Dinner and Auction

MACHIAS – The Machias Bay Chamber of Commerce has planned a night of fun, dining and auction sales for 5 p.m. Friday, April 24, at the Lee Pellon Center in Machias. The event will also be a venue for members to showcase their food specialities at the dinner buffet. More than 200 people attended last … Read More

Power outage in Millinocket

Power outage in Millinocket

  MILLINOCKET – Emera Maine crews have been dispatched to restore service to more than 1,100 customers in Millinocket. Officials say a tree limb brought town a power line on Granite Street and that 1,167 customers are without power.  

An Offered Kidney Donation by a Stranger Made Headlines Around The Globe

An Offered Kidney Donation by a Stranger Made Headlines Around The Globe

SOUTH PORTLAND – Tonight, it’s on hold. A South Portland woman found a donor by posting a message on her car window. But now she’ll have to wait longer for a new kidney.   Maine Medical Center says the spontaneous fundraising efforts to help the *donor* raised too much money… Raising legal and ethical concerns..   “He just … Read More

Displaced Mill Workers Learn New Skills at EMCC

Displaced Mill Workers Learn New Skills at EMCC

BANGOR – It’s been a difficult time for the workers who lost their jobs when the paper mill closed in Bucksport.   Some are having to find new ways to support their families including ten former workers who are taking a special course at Eastern Maine Community College.     They’ve enrolled in a customized fine woodworking and cabinet … Read More

Aroostook County Meth Lab Bust

Aroostook County Meth Lab Bust

LINNEUS – The Maine Drug Enforcement Agency and its lab team responded to the Aroostook County Town of Linneus Thursday and dismantled a methamphetamine lab operating inside a house on Route 2A. Drug agents have questioned the man and woman who live in the mobile home. Also living at the house is the woman’s four … Read More

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