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Bangor has over 35,000 residents, which makes it the third-largest city in Maine, after Portland and Lewiston. Located about 30 miles from Penobscot Bay, Bangor deemed itself the "lumber capital of the world," in the 19th century. Bangor had anti-slavery politics well before the Civil War, and the Union's first volunteer infantry company was raised there after the attack on Fort Sumter. The city is considered the alter ego of Stephen King's town of Derry, which he refers to in many of his stories, including the novel, "It."

Population: 35473
Local Newspapers: Bangor Daily News
Local Sports Teams: University of Maine Black Bears
Local Colleges: University of Maine

Zip Codes associated with bangor, maine: 04401 04402
Towns/Cities near bangor, maine : Brewer Hampden Orono Holden Old Town Eddington Carmel Hermon Winterport

Bangor News
EMMC to screen public for flu symptoms to reduce risk to patients, staff

Eastern Maine Medical Center announced Friday that next week it will begin screening the public for flu-like symptoms in an effort to reduce the risk of influenza for patients, staff and visitors. Beginning Tuesday, members of the public will be directed to specific entrances in order to allow for the screening and proper implementation of the temporary visitor policy.

Men accused of growing pot for Bangor head shop owner plead guilty

Nicholas Reynolds, 32, of Bangor and James Mansfield, 33, of Etna, pleaded guilty to one count each of conspiracy to manufacture, distribute and possess with intent to distribute marijuana, according to documents filed in U.S. District Court. By pleading guilty Thursday, Mansfield admitted to U.S. District Judge Jon Levy that between October 2010 and August 2016, he participated in a conspiracy to grow, harvest and sell marijuana in a facility at 376 North Searsport Road in Frankfort.

Bangor chemical test firm to add jobs, sales with new access to global markets

Orono Spectral Solutions of Bangor expects to grow quickly over the next five years. Both U.S. and Canadian regulators have approved its sampling product to test the amount of water in anhydrous ammonia, assuring it is safe to transport to large farms, which use the ammonia as fertilizer.

Bear expert: flooded dens a threat to bears, not people

The bear that mauled a puppy in Dedham last week apparently was one of several forced from its den because January was unusually rainy, according to Maine bear experts. The bears were flooded out of their winter hibernation spots, said Jennifer Vashon, the biologist who oversees the state's bear program within the Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife.

A dozen Bangor daycare staffers reported getting high from cookies

About a quarter of the 44-person staff at a Bangor daycare reported feeling high on Wednesday when they ate Valentines Day cookies dropped off by a parent, the daycare director said. The cookies, which police are testing for traces of illegal substances, were among several batches of holiday treats delivered by parents that morning and set on a staff room table, according to Tiffany Nowicki, director of Watch Me Shine on Gilman Plaza.

Gibson Brands demands Bangor luthier stop making some of his guitars

One of the largest guitar makers in the world has sent a cease and desist letter to a Bangor luthier, claiming that two of his models are in violation of its trademarks. Gibson Brands, Inc. late last year demanded Dallas Seger, owner and operator of the Bangor-based Seger Guitars, to stop making two of his models - the YG and the V - claiming they violate the trademarks of two of their models: the SG body, and the Flying V body and headstock.

Man arrested following hours long standoff in Talent

Talent Police were called to the Mei Sum restaurant for a report that a wanted man was at the location. When officers arrived the man was hiding in a closet, refusing to come out.

Re: Trying to save the island

In a world gone mad with violence and gunfire, with police and high school students shooting people and being shot, it is oddly encouraging to see that the standoff at the Trade Winds Inn last Sunday involved nothing more lethal than a guy from Bangor with a severe case of cabin fever and a walking stick. For example, a small party gathered out of doors halfway up Mechanic Street with an umbrella and barbecue grill, to enjoy some sledding and sliding on the icy slope down to Snow Marine Park.

Police: Daycare staff says cookies delivered by parent made them high

Staff at a Bangor daycare said they got high on Wednesday after eating a batch of suspected marijuana-laced cookies dropped off by a parent, according to police. None of the children at Watch Me Shine daycare at 28 Gilman Plaza ate the cookies, according to Bangor Sgt.

Overnight fire deals blow to family-run Hampden construction company

Smoke and heat from a Wednesday overnight barn fire wiped half of a Hampden contractor's cement mixing fleet, dealing a devastating blow to the longtime family-owned business. "I did have five mixer trucks in there and a loader," said Ed Hughes, vice president of Hughes Brothers Inc., which his family founded on Route 1A nearly 100 years ago.

Bangor City Council agrees fellow member did not violate ethics rules

A Bangor city councilor faulted for not disclosing a business dealing has been cleared of suspicion by his fellow council members. The council Monday unanimously agreed with the Board of Ethics' decision late last month that Weston did not violate the city's ethics code.

Mercy Flights aircraft has gear up landing in California

The non-profit says around 3:45 p.m. Monday, a training flight was involved in a gear up landing at the Siskiyou County Airport. The 1994 Beechcraft King Air C90 was arriving from Medford during the training flight to California.

City in early talks with aviation company to fund expansion

C&L Aviation Group CEO Chris Kilgour met with the city council's business and economic development committee on Tuesday, Feb. 6, to discuss building 10,000-12,000 square feet of additional space, overhauling one of the four airplane hangars and renovating bathrooms in two of the hangars. A formal proposal has not yet been submitted.

Bangor man charged in Rockland standoff was recently released from jail

The Bangor man accused of causing a standoff with police at a Rockland hotel Sunday was released from Two Bridges Regional Jail in Wiscasset three days before the standoff. Timothy St. Thomas, 61, finished serving a sentence at the regional jail on Thursday and stopped in Rockland on his way to the Bangor area, Assistant District Attorney Chris Fernald said Monday during St. Thomas' initial court appearance for allegedly causing the standoff.

Dog attacked by bear in Dedham recovering at home

Dustin Gray, 29, of Orrington, and his 11-month-old puppy, Clover, were attacked by a bear in the woods off the side of Route 1A in Dedham on Feb. 5. Gray was treated for bruises and scratched on his hands and arms, and Clover is still recovering from an open wound on her back. It could be months before an Orrington man knows just how fully his dog will recover from being mauled by a bear in Dedham last week.

Funded by War

Dalhousie College is shown at its original location, which is now Halifax City Hall on the Grand Parade. Two of Halifax's oldest 19th century institutions owe their existence to warfare.

Multi-vehicle crash closes Highway 199

It happened just before 3:30 pm at 199 and Reeves Creek Road. 4 vehicles were involved and multiple people were injured.

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