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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
Celebrating the winter solstice in Maine

For some Mainers, the darkest winter nights are an excuse to curl up on the couch and hide away at home until the spring. For others, they are a cause for celebration.

Judge Walker formally sworn in a day after he tosses out Poliquin's suit

A month after Lance Walker was confirmed by the U.S. Senate to be a federal judge, he was assigned the case that could end up being the most important of his career. At the very least, it will be a long time before Walker presides over a case that draws the media attention U.S. Rep. Bruce Poliquin's challenge to the constitutionality of ranked-choice voting in Maine did.

Orneville pair in stolen truck allegedly lead police on chase through Bangor

A man and woman from Orneville allegedly led police on a chase through the streets, woods and backyards of Bangor midday Friday. They first drove away from officers in a stolen truck that had been stopped on Broadway, then ditched the vehicle and ran away on foot, according to a news release from the Bangor Police Department.

Iconic Boothbay Harbor property sold to Lafayette Hotels

Lafayette Hotels has acquired the landmark Pier 1 property in Boothbay Harbor - home to three restaurants, a marina, a shop and the ticket booths for Cap'n Fish's boat cruises - from the Blake family, its owner for 57 years. A family business with 26 hotels in Maine and four in New Hampshire, Lafayette Hotels owns four other properties in Boothbay Harbor: the Boothbay Harbor Inn, Fisherman's Wharf Inn, Seagate Motel and the Tugboat Inn.

Man who spent 42 years in prison sentenced to 8 more for robbery

A 70-year-old man on Friday was sentenced to eight years in prison after pleading guilty to attempting to rob Shaw's Supermarket in Bangor in July. The judge said that because of Gatcomb's long and serious criminal history, the long sentence without probations was warranted.

Told he would never finish high school, this Bangor man won 2 races on Election Day

It was a routine orientation session for the Bangor School Committee, with a lawyer advising the seven committee members on policies and protocols. The committee's newest member, 36-year-old John Hiatt, was full of questions.

LePage still plans to sign Bangor psychiatric facility contract after watchdog faults funding

It's unclear how Gov. Paul LePage's administration plans to pay a contractor to run a new psychiatric facility in Bangor after a former Maine Supreme Court chief justice called it into question this week. But the administration still plans to move ahead and sign a contract with Correct Care Recovery Solutions, the Tennessee company that would run the facility for the state.

Recount in 2nd District stays ahead of schedule

The recount of the first-in-the-nation ranked-choice congressional election continued ahead of pace Thursday with little indication that the results of the contest in Maine's 2nd District are going to change. Ballot counters and attorneys for Republican Rep. Bruce Poliquin and Democratic challenger Jared Golden continued to process by hand about 295,000 ballots under the supervision of workers from the Maine Secretary of State's Office.

Speeding stop leads state police to discover 'one pot' meth manufacturing equipment

A routine traffic stop in Hancock County led state police to methamphetamine manufacturing equipment and two men who allegedly violated their bail conditions, police said Wednesday. Maine State Police Sgt.

DHHS' use of $5 million for Bangor psychiatric violates court order, watchdog says

The state's proposal to pay for a new psychiatric facility in Bangor violates a decades-old court order that requires the state to continue improving its mental health services, says the former Maine Supreme Court chief justice who monitors the state's compliance with the court order. The Maine Department of Health and Human Services is proposing to redirect funding earmarked for a range of community mental health services to operate a secure, 16-bed psychiatric "step-down" facility in Bangor for people who no longer require the level of care provided at the state's Riverview Psychiatric Center in Augusta, Daniel Wathen wrote in a document filed Tuesday in Kennebec County Superior Court.

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Hermon High School student Patrick Devlin, 15, was one of the students at Beal Driving Academy who learned about how to behave during a traffic stop. Ellsworth Police officer Amie Torrey pretended to pull over the students for minor violations and ran through a series of routine questions that simulated a real situation.

Winter tour features sweeping views of Bangor at 110 feet

The final Thomas Hill Standpipe tour of 2018 drew a few hundred visitors who wanted to see the 121-year-old structure and expansive view of Bangor that it provides. Bangor Water opened the iconic local landmark Friday, Dec. 7, from noon to 3 p.m. for its annual holiday tour.

Operation Hands On teaches Maine drivers how they should act when police pull them over

A new initiative in the Bangor area aims to teach students in driver's education classes how they should act when stopped by police officers. The Courageous Steps Project, a Penobscot County organization that advocates for people with autism and other developmental disabilities, is leading the effort and has partnered with Beal College.

Catholic priest who knew Hampden murder victim takes leave of absence

The Catholic priest who was a spiritual adviser to a Hampden woman allegedly killed by her brother-in-law is taking a leave of absence for "personal reasons," the Roman Catholic Diocese of Portland announced Monday. The Rev.

She thought a rat invaded the ceiling of her Bangor apartment. It was an ermine.

Around these parts, it's not uncommon for wild animals to show up, even in the middle of the state's third-largest city. "Originally, we heard [this animal] in my ceiling and we thought she was a rat," Bangor apartment-dweller Kassondra Dale explained, after an unexpectedly wild experience last week.

24 people from 18 countries sworn in as U.S. citizens in Bangor

While visiting family in Massachusetts, Rosaly, a Mexico native now living in Bradford, met her now-husband Brian in a "love at first sight" moment, and has been living in the United States for the past five years. Rosaly was one of 24 people from 18 countries who were sworn in as U.S. citizens Friday morning at the Margaret Chase Smith Federal Building in Bangor.

Murder victim's diary could be evidence, or it could be embarrassing, lawyer says

State prosecutors and the defense attorney for the Hampden man accused of killing his sister-in-law in July both argued Wednesday that the murder victim's journal, which she kept at the direction of a Bangor priest, should be admitted as evidence in the homicide case against Philip Clark. Clark's attorney, David Bate of Bangor, said at a court hearing that the Rev.

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