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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
This Bangor industry reflects all the rest - and it's slowly shrinking and moving south

Two decades ago, all of Hartt Transportation's major customers were in the paper industry. That made Bangor the logical home base for a busy trucking company with lots of paper to haul out of state.

Portland will mark Indigenous Peoples' Day on Columbus Day

The state's largest city will now mark the second Monday in October as Indigenous People's Day - joining a growing list of cities and towns to recognize native cultures on Columbus Day. The City Council voted unanimously Monday to use the date of the federal holiday as a day to honor the native peoples, including those who lived in North America long before it was colonized by Europeans.

Dense fog through Tuesday morning will reduce visibility to 'near zero,' forecasters say

The National Weather Service's Caribou office issued a dense fog advisory, effective through 10 a.m. Tuesday, for the Down East and greater Bangor regions.

Beth Warren, who gave countless hours to Bangor service groups, dies

Elizabeth Carter Warren, whose lifelong devotion to community service inspired her involvement in health care, education, the arts and the environment, died Sunday at home in Bangor after a long co-existence with Frontotemporal Dementia. A native of Caribou, Beth Warren, 69, devoted countless hours to the greater Bangor community.

Bangor to hold public hearing on LePage's proposed psychiatric facility

The lot at 159 Hogan Road in Bangor is the proposed location for where the new forensic psychiatric facility would be built. The hearing, which starts at 5:30 p.m. in the council chambers at City Hall, is expected to involve city officials, state lawmakers and the public, Council Chairman Joe Baldacci said Sunday.

Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017: Climate change solution, donate school...

I'm not a scientist. I do have children and grandchildren. Maybe you do, too. I have read a lot about climate change.

Suit claims police failed to protect women from Lord rampage

During a news conference held on July 21, 2015, at her parents' Benedicta home, Brittany Irish said that Anthony Lord had sexually assaulted her a week before he went on his murderous rampage. Convicted murderer Anthony Lord walks into court at the Penobscot Judicial Center, where he was sentenced on Aug. 7 to life imprisonment.

Mainers rally, march for end to violence

Peter Baldwin holds a flag during the 4th annual End Violence Together rally and march in West Market Square in downtown Bangor Saturday. The event raises awareness of the interconnectedness of war, poverty, racism, and environmental destruction.

Bangor celebrates its Celtic heritage with three-day festival

Gibran Graham reads a Celtic themed book at the Brian Patch as part of the 2017 Bangor Celtic Crossroads Festival Saturday. Events included Celtic Story time at the Briar Patch, Irish genealogy at the Bangor Public Library, Gus LaCasse at Paddy Murphy, and Matt and Shannon Heaton at the Hammond Street Congregational Church.

Governor needs to answer questions before psychiatric center moves forward in Bangor

The lot at 159 Hogan Road in Bangor that Gov. Paul LePage's administration is considering for a forensic psychiatric facility. For years, problems at the Riverview Psychiatric Center, a state-run facility in Augusta, have commanded our attention.

Stop LePage from ripping up Maine's job training system

Governor Paul LePage answers questions from broadcast media following a maple tree tapping ceremony on the Blaine House lawn in mid-March. On Friday, Sept.

Everything you need to know about those black spots taking over some maple leaves

Leaves of a norway maple in Bangor exhibit signs of "tar spots," a fungus that has been aggravated by the wet weather early this summer. The infections, which are not fatal to the trees, cause the leaves to fall to the ground in the summer.

Big weather changes ahead for the region

Changes in the weather could make a big dent in Oregon and California's fire seasons. Cool temps, rain and even snow are in the forecast.

LePage leaves hundreds of workers in the dark on future of job training

Gov. Paul LePage chats during a tour of auto parts manufacturer Somic America's factory floor in Brewer on May 5, 2017. Workers, business representatives, economic development officials and education providers on Thursday continued to express bewilderment and anger at Gov. Paul LePage's apparent decision to withhold millions of dollars in federal funding from regional job training programs.

UMMA exhibits prove you don't need a camera to take a photo

Tintype portraits by Keliy Anderson-Staley are among the new exhibits at the University of Maine Museum of Art in Bangor. Artwork by Amy Theiss Giese are among the new exhibits at the University of Maine Museum of Art in Bangor.

Man struck by box truck while crossing road in Skowhegan has died

A pedestrian struck by a box truck Tuesday in Skowhegan has died of his injuries, according to the Waterville Morning Sentinel . Charles Atwood, 84, was crossing U.S. Route 201 to get his newspaper when the truck struck him just before 6 a.m. Tuesday.

Former hydro dam finally transferred to Veazie for use as riverside park

Four years after the Veazie Dam was removed as part of a massive effort that paved the way for the return of Atlantic Salmon and other species of sea-run fish, the land associated with it finally has been transferred to the town of Veazie for use as a riverside park. The deed was conveyed electronically to the Penobscot County Registry of Deeds on Monday, according to Roger Huber, an attorney with the Bangor firm Ferrell, Rosenblatt & Russell, which represented the town in the matter.

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