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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
A performing arts family brings its many talents to Bangor

It became abundantly clear very early on that nobody in the Richman family was likely going to become a dentist. Lucas Richman, conductor of the Bangor Symphony Orchestra, and his sister, singer and actress Kelly Lester, are two of the five children of Peter Mark and Helen Richman - all of whom went into the arts for a career, as have many of their spouses and children.

Bangor to bolster employee domestic violence training

The city of Bangor is planning to overhaul its approach to training about domestic violence so that employees can better recognize the signs, and provide help and support to those affected by it. At a City Council workshop April 23, Bangor Human Resources Officer Richard Cromwell told councilors training for new employees will soon include a separate policy that supports those affected by domestic violence, and also teaches how to respond if a coworker is in a violent relationship.

Warmer-weather eats: Here's a list of Bangor-area food trucks

Warm weather got you feeling a little antsy? Why not take it outdoors for lunch this week or next, at one of the Bangor area's many food trucks, all of which are opening in the next two to three weeks - if they aren't open already. After a successful inaugural season on the Bangor Waterfront, Melt owners Alexis Walls and Amanda Smith will return to the Waterfront beginning May 4, offering up grilled cheeses, patty melts, Philly cheesesteak fries, mini chimichangas and amaze balls - fried mashed potato balls with bacon, scallions and cheese.

John W. Browne, 83

John William Browne, 83, passed away on April 18, 2018 at a hospital in Bangor, Maine. He was born January 9, 1935 in Winchester, Mass., son of William and Helen Browne.

A brief history of the Kenduskeag Stream, from the last ice age to now

Spring has sprung, the snow is melting, and the Kenduskeag Stream is now fast-moving and briskly cold, making its way from rapids upstream to calmer waters in downtown Bangor. The stream has shaped the history of the region for centuries - from the Penobscot people prior to first European contact in the 17th century, to its current status as a scenic natural attraction and home to this weekend's Kenduskeag Stream Canoe Race.

The second annual Bar Harbor Comic Con is set for Saturday, April 28, ...

The second annual Bar Harbor Comic Con is set for Saturday, April 28, from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at the Atlantic Oceanside Conference Center. The day will feature a comedy and magic show, comic book artists, authors, vendors cosplay competitions, video gaming tournaments, a musical performance by the Crown Vics, food and refreshments.

Portland retreats from contract with concert promoter over domestic violence case

The city council on Wednesday rescinded a decision to hire the company of a Maine concert promoter who pleaded guilty to assaulting his former girlfriend, and voted to instead sign a deal with its national partner. The unanimous decision gives the city a degree of separation from Alexander Gray, whose guilty plea last year has stirred up public pressure for Maine cities to break ties with his company, Waterfront Concerts.

Former Trump campaign manager to speak in Bangor

Corey Lewandowski, President Donald Trump's former campaign manager, will join conservative radio host Howie Carr for an event in Bangor in June. Lewandowski is a political commentator and was Trump's campaign manager before he was fired and replaced by Paul Manafort.

Bangor Public Library names replacement as longtime director retires

After 27 years as director of the Bangor Public Library, Barbara McDade will check her last books out to patrons on May 11, when she officially retires after a career in libraries spanning more than four decades. The new director, Ben Treat, a Brewer native who for the past nine years has worked as a director at the University of Maine at Augusta libraries in both Bangor and Augusta, will start his new job on May 14. The library went through an extensive nationwide search for a new director after McDade announced more than a year ago that she planned to retire in 2018.

Party hearty at WERU

Everyone is invited to WERU's 30th Birthday Open House Saturday, April 28, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the radio station on Route 1, between Bucksport and Ellsworth; and on the air at 89.9 FM Blue Hill/99.9 FM Bangor. On May 1, 1988, WERU Community Radio began broadcasting from the top of Blue Hill Mountain, originating in studios in Noel Paul Stookey's large chicken-coop building known as "The Henhouse."

Baby goats make great hiking companions at Frankfort farm

Baby goats Carter, Malik and Mekhi from Lally Broch Farm in Frankfort explore a boulder on their first hike on April 12, on Mount Waldo. Leaping up onto the granite boulder, the baby goat easily found his footing with his cloven hooves, then bent his head to nibble at a patch of moss.

Maine woman allegedly slit boyfriend's throat while he slept

A Hampden woman arrested early Saturday morning for attempted murder allegedly slit her 53-year-old boyfriend's throat while he was sleeping. Sonya Dupray, 38, told police that she and the victim had a fight Friday night over his erratic driving, according to a police affidavit filed at the Penobscot Judicial Center.

Man arrested at airport, wanted in homicide investigation Source: AP

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St. Joseph Healthcare embarks on $15M improvement project

For the first time in decades, Bangor-based St. Joseph Healthcare is planning a multimillion-dollar investment in its facilities and its future, both within the hospital's inpatient areas and at its outpatient campus at 900 Broadway. Changes include a new urgent care clinic, new outpatient laboratory and medical imaging centers and updates and improvements to inpatient rooms at St. Joseph Hospital.

Barbara J. Guy

Barbara Jean "Barb" Guy, 59, wife of Dwayne Guy, passed away Friday, April 13, 2018, at EMMC following complications of pneumonia. Her family was by her side when she departed to start her new journey.

Emmy Nominated Nite Show Visits Westbrook, Maine

"Many people may not know this, but the show is produced by the students and faculty of the New England School of Communications at Husson University in Bangor," said Nite Show host Danny Cashman. "The Emmy Award nominated quality of our show is a testament to the education students receive at Husson.

Late-season freezing rain, winds will plunge Maine back into winter for three days

A late-season wave of cold air is expected to blow through Maine for the next three days, battering much of the state with freezing rain, wind and possibly some light snow, according to the National Weather Service. In the Bangor area, the brunt of weather will hold off until Monday morning, when freezing rain is expected to start falling around 4 a.m. and slick the roads before the morning commute, according to Matt Walker, a forecaster with the weather service in Caribou.

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