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About: bangor, maine

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
Governor's Address: Question 1 is about a Third Casino, Not Education or Jobs

Question 1 on the ballot this November is not a referendum on funding our schools. It is not about creating new jobs or lowering taxes.

No on Question 1: York County casino proposal a bad deal for Maine

David McKenzie of Bangor signs a petition in January 2016 for referendum question to allow a casino in York County. "I think it's a good idea," he said.

LePage's pick to lead DHHS says some past work was 'not satisfactory'

Ricker Hamilton is currently acting commissioner of the largest agency in state government, the Maine Department of Health and Human Services. A legislative committee Friday signed off on his nomination as the next commissioner, and the state Senate is expected to vote on the nomination when it convenes in Augusta early next week.

LePage's constituents are harmed most by rejection of millions in job training funds

Gov. Paul LePage speaks to members of the community during a drug summit at Crosspoint Church in Bangor in July 2017. This week Maine finally got a look at the letter Gov. Paul LePage sent the federal labor secretary more than a month ago to reject millions of dollars in federal job training funding .

Here are the candidates running for city office in Bangor this year

On Tuesday, Nov. 7, Bangor voters will cast ballots for Bangor City Council and School Committee candidates. Three of the seven seats on the City Council are up for grabs, with Councilor Sean Faircloth and Council Chairman Joe Baldacci opting not to seek re-election .

Tattoo studio gives back with pink ink

For Charlene Stanton, this is more than just a cool experience. Her new tattoo is for her loved ones with breast cancer.

Michele Marsh in a promo during her KSAT-TV anchoring days in the late 1970s.

Bill Field, a San Antonio cartoonist who watched Michele Marsh during her years at KSAT, posted condolences along with a WCBS ad for Marsh. Bill Field, a San Antonio cartoonist who watched Michele Marsh during her years at KSAT, posted condolences along with a WCBS ad for Marsh.

Massimo's in downtown Bangor is reopening after nearly two years closed

Massimo Ranni and his wife, Anne Marie Ranni, at the now-closed Massimo's Pizza Bar in Bangor. They plan to re-open the original Massimo's Cucina Italiana on Hammond Street the weekend of Oct. 28. The owner of Massimo's Cucina Italiana in downtown Bangor plans to reopen in the next two weeks, in the restaurant's original location at 96 Hammond St. The photo posted on the Massimo's Facebook page only had the caption "Coming soon," but showed the original Massimo's sign hung at the restaurant's entrance.

First Responders train for better coordination

Emergency response is ever changing and as the volunteers responsible for safety on the island change, making sure all who respond are on the same page is essential. That is how a handful of area responders spent the latter part of Wednesday, October 11. Members of the Deer Isle and Stonington fire departments, along with emergency medical technicians from Memorial Ambulance Corps, spent time with LifeFlight of Maine working on the practical nature of their relationship.

Stephen King once caused a Maine State Police barracks' phone to ring off the hook

Newspaper clippings from Dan Lawrence's story about the Maine State Police phone number printed in Stephen King's "The Dark Half." Dan Lawrence worked the 3 to 11 p.m. shift during his career as a dispatcher for the Maine State Police at its now-closed Orono barracks.

Mosaic to be installed at Medford Police Department

A Rogue Valley artist is hard at work completing a one of a kind piece for the Medford Police Department. The sculpture will be unveiled later this year, but tonight NBC5 News is giving you a sneak peek at the process.

Casino developer dodges legislative watchdog but pitches plan on radio

David McKenzie signs a petition outside the garage at Pickering Square in Bangor for a 2016 referendum question to allow a casino in York County in a file photo. In what is believed to be his first public appearance in Maine in several years, controversial casino developer Shawn Scott appeared on a local radio station on Wednesday to urge voters to authorize a York County casino.

You can adopt a dog for free this weekend in Bangor

The Bangor Humane Society welcomed Sandy and 14 other transport dogs in an effort to help the state of Texas recover after Hurricane Harvey. These dogs were already in search of new homes in Texas before Hurricane Harvey hit.

Hundreds gather in downtown Bangor for domestic violence awareness

A few hundred people gathered for the Partners for Peace march against domestic violence in Bangor on Wednesday. October is Domestic Violence Awareness month.

The story behind the Bangor area's forgotten commuter railroad

You probably don't even notice them. But if you're on the bike path between Old Town and the University of Maine, or walking through Broadway Park in Bangor, you've seen them - the granite boulders carved with a deep 'V.'

LePage opposes York County casino in weekly address

Maine Republican Gov. Paul LePage is urging voters to oppose a ballot initiative to build a casino in York County, using his weekly radio address to launch his most extensive critique of Question 1 yet. Earlier this year, LePage said the initiative was all about greed.

Maine's first organ institute hopes to spark enthusiasm for instrument

Johan Halvorsen prepares to play the E. & G.G. Hook pipe organ at St. John Catholic Church. Halvorsen, 16, of Guilford likes playing the organ because "it has so much color."

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