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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."
Local Newspapers: Bangor Daily News
Local Sports Teams: University of Maine Black Bears
Local Colleges: University of Maine
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Mainers wake up Wednesday to icy roads, downed power lines
Martin O'Connell slides down the hill at Hayford Park in Bangor Tuesday. O'Connell, 58, took up snowboarding 27 years ago after moving to Maine.40 mph gusts forecast as snowstorm continues
A man walks on a snow-covered road in Bangor on Tuesday. As much as 6 to 12 inches of snow, with some possible ice, is forecasted for western and far northern Maine, with lesser amounts of 3 to 8 inches predicted for much of the rest of inland Maine.Bangor limits where LePage can build psychiatric facility
Bangor Mayor Ben Sprague told councilors at the Dec. 11 meeting that the city cannot dictate operations of LePage's proposed psychiatric facility but can decide its location. Bangor city councilors voted Monday to block Gov. Paul LePage from building a 21-bed "step-down" forensic psychiatric facility anywhere in the city except on the Dorothea Dix Psychiatric Center campus.Wreaths Across America crosses county
The Wreaths Across America caravan made its annual trek through Waldo County Dec. 10 en route to Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia. There, wreaths will be laid at the graves of veterans on Saturday, Dec. 16, designated National Wreaths Across America Day.Protesters voice anger over tax bill outside Susan Collins' Bangor home
About 20 activists gathered outside the Bangor home of U.S. Sen. Susan Collins on Sunday to protest the sweeping tax reform bill pending in Congress. About 20 activists gathered outside the Bangor home of U.S. Sen. Susan Collins on Sunday to protest the sweeping tax reform bill pending in Congress.International nurses bring diversity, youth to the bedside at Bangor hospital
Registered nurse Nakiesha Lindsay assesses her patient, Deborah Marrone of Bangor, at the start of her 12-hour shift at Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor. Lindsay, a native of Jamaica, now lives in Bangor with her two young children and her husband, Rohan, who works with special-needs children at a facility in Ellsworth.Innovative Neighborhoods competition offers a blueprint for making Bangor better
Bangor residents came together over the past several months to determine how their individual neighborhoods and the city as a whole could become better places to live. The city's Innovative Neighborhoods competition ended in late November as the results of a people's choice vote on the best ideas were revealed .Three new businesses open in downtown Bangor, with more to come
Three new businesses have opened in downtown Bangor in the past month, and one more is set to open before the end of the year. Jason Coleman plans to open Jersey's Subs & Sweets, a sandwich shop, ice cream bar and soda fountain at 25 Hammond St., at the end of the month.State saw record highs this fall, but below average temps, snowfall in November
November finished with below average temperatures and snowfall after a meteorological fall that produced some of the warmest temperatures on record in some parts of Maine, according to officials with the National Weather Service in Caribou. Mark Bloomer, meteorologist with the NWS, said that temperatures across northern Maine as a whole averaged from 0.5 to 2 degrees below average last month.Prosecutor to announce deal with Bangor's Collins protesters
Bangor Police officers are visible in U.S. Sen. Susan Collins' Bangor office as they are arresting people who staged a sit-in protest at the Margaret Chase Smith Federal Building in Bangor Monday. The Penobscot County district attorney plans to announce Friday afternoon that he has reached a deal with the attorney representing the protesters arrested Monday at U.S. Sen. Susan Collins' Bangor office .Moving billing operations at St. Joseph Hospital sparks uncertainty
A nationwide jewelry company has expanded its hybrid online and brick-and-mortar operations to the Mall at Rockingham Park, offering their first "webroom" in New England.Better Watch Out: Santa Makes 'Naughty' Comment to Shopper
The police in Bangor, Maine , say they've gotten a complaint about a department store "bad Santa" who apparently wasn't working there. Police posted on Facebook on Thursday that a woman walking around the store with her daughter recently was approached by a man dressed as Santa, who handed out a candy cane.Statewide snowfall predicted for this weekend
Eighty-year-old Ed Cyr uses a snowblower to clear his driveway at his Bangor home following a late winter snow storm in March 2017. The first snowfall of the winter is expected to hit Maine this weekend.Bangor honors Mainer who died at Pearl Harbor
Service members, veterans and local dignitaries gathered on the Willard Carlton Orr Bridge in Bangor on Thursday to commemorate the 76th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. The footbridge honors a Bangor High School graduate and the only Mainer killed in the Dec. 7. 1941 attack, which claimed 2,403 American lives, Mayor Ben Sprague said.Bangor woman calls cops over bouncing roll of duct tape
A Bangor woman called the police thinking a roll of duct tape that fell off a shelf was an intruder, authorities said. The woman, who lives alone, called police when her dog started barking at a "thump-thump-thump" coming from her basement, Lt.Colorado developer buys historic downtown Bangor building for $1.9M
The Adams-Pickering Block, a historic mixed-use building that defines Bangor's Main Street, has been sold to an out-of-state developer for nearly $1.9 million. A historic building on Bangor's Main Street was sold for nearly $1.9 million last week to a Colorado developer.New Financial Aid Opportunities for Community College Students Transferring to Husson University
In an effort to help keep higher education affordable for the many students who start their academic careers at community colleges, Husson University in Bangor, Maine is more than doubling the amount of money available to transfer students through new scholarship and award programs. When added to the existing the existing scholarship program, transfer students can now receive up to $6,500 in scholarships and awards.The trick to curbing stress and anxiety could be as simple as going outside
"Ecotherapists" believe getting outside will not only boost our moods, but help treat anxiety, depression, stress and attention deficit disorder. In this photo from August, Jim and Gail White hike up a steep section of the Sentinel Mountain Trail in Baxter State Park.Getchell Agency to remain open as trustee oversees operations
A trustee appointed last week to run the financially troubled Getchell Agency in Bangor said he has no intention of liquidating the business, which would force about 70 adults with disabilities to find new homes. U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Peter Cary last week in Portland refused to convert the company's bankruptcy from Chapter 11, which allows for reorganization, to Chapter 7, which would have dismantled the business.St. Joseph to cut two dozen jobs in Bangor
St. Joseph Healthcare will eliminate about two dozen jobs in Bangor next June when Covenant Health , its Massachusetts-based parent company, moves billing operations to Lewiston. The change will affect billing at St. Joseph Hospital, a number of specialty practices and five offsite primary care clinics in the Bangor area.
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