Today’s games HIGH SCHOOL Boys Hockey Bangor at Brewer, at UMaine, 5:15 p.m. Cheverus at Lewiston, 6:50 p.m. Gardiner at Edward Little, 6 p.m. John Bapst at Waterville, 7:30 p.m. Lawrence/Skowhegan/MCI at Maranacook/Winthrop/Madison, 7:40 p.m. Boys Basketball Carrabec at Telstar, 7 p.m. Deer Isle-Stonington at Greenville, 7 p.m. East Grand at Highview Christian, 7:15 p.m. […] …read more
Joyce McLain’s sister and best friend testified Tuesday in the jury-waived murder trial of Philip Scott Fournier. …read more
Jess Knox of Venture Hall acknowledged Tuesday that he behaved inappropriately toward at least two female colleagues. …read more
The crew of the fishing boat Alex Shea pulled the fishermen from the 39-degree waters of Cobscook Bay. …read more
Randall Weddle, 55, is charged with two counts of manslaughter, three counts of aggravated operating under the influence, two counts of driving to endanger and eight counts of violating various trucking rules in the crash. …read more
Owner Dave Reesman said he is offering a small selection of sandwiches and salads this week, and next week will expand to a full menu, alongside a full espresso bar. …read more
BANGOR -The Jersey-style is embedded in Jason Coleman’s blood.
“It’s something I grew up on. My dad was born and raised in Jersey,” he said Tuesday. “His first couple of business were delis. And I’ve always enjoyed a Jersey sub.”
That’s why the Orono High School boys basketball coach decided to sell his ownership stake in the Orono bar The Roost to his brother, and open Jersey’s Subs & Sweets in downtown Bangor. The store, which opened Monday, sold 77 subs in its first day of …read more
Men’s Basketball MAINE vs. NEW HAMPSHIRE Time, site:? Wednesday, 7 p.m.; Cross Insurance Center, Bangor Records?: UMaine 4-17 overall (1-5 America East), UNH 8-12 (4-2) Series, last meeting:? UMaine leads 118-73; UNH 64-51 on 2/15/17 Key players: UMaine — ?5-11 G Aaron Calixte (16.2 points, 3.0 rebounds, 2.9 assists per game), 6-6 G Isaiah White […] …read more
STATEWIDE – There’s a flood watch in place across the state until tomorrow morning. Officials are keeping an eye on the freezing rain and elevating temperatures.
“We really urge people to pay attention to alerts and warnings that come from the National Weather Service or where ever you may get your weather information,” said Susan Faloon, the public information officer for Maine Emergency Management Agency (MEMA).
With the constant flux in temperatures over the past few weeks, officials are concerned about flooding in the state.
“The ice jams are pretty big, they can get worse,” said Faloon. “We can start to …read more
The complaint alleges the operator of the Maine Examiner “likely” made expenditures in a mayoral race that should have been reported under state law and that “there is reason to believe” that the Maine Republican Party worked with them. …read more