We’re still waiting for a deal in the Millinocket area.The CEO of the company that wants to buy the Katahdin Paper Mills tells TV 5 news they are still in the midst of closing, but we have heard the closure has been pushed back to Friday afternoon.Senior Vice President Richard Cyr of Cate Street Capital told us they have run into some snags that are not good but are working to resolve them.Thursday was the deadline for the deal to go through.
It’s a drug that’s waging a war in the State of Maine, Bangor in particular….and it’s an invasion police weren’t ready for.Bangor Police Chief Ron Gastia says “This drug, from right after the 1st of the year, came up very quickly on us and it has essentially exploded.
Saint Joseph Hospital’s new president Mary Prybylo has been on the job for a week and a half now.She comes to Maine from Connecticut and says she already feels at home here.Prybylo credits outgoing president Sister Mary Norberta for having the hospital in such great shape.She explains her focus for the next hundred days.”Getting to know the staff, the physicians, getting to know the community and how we can serve that community even better than we already are.
The Challenger Learning Center wants to help you get rid of electronics you’re no longer using.The center is partnering with E-Waste Recycling Solutions to collect used cell phones, VCRs, printers and other electronic devices.You can get rid of them for free.The collection drive takes place Saturday from 9am to 2pm at the Challenger Learning Center on Venture way, which is near University College in Bangor.
A summer camp in Holden is getting a helping hand from a national store chain.Volunteers from Lowe’s will be spending the next few days working at Camp Capella.They’re building a storage shed for free.It’s something the camp has wanted for years.Now thanks to a group called the Lowe’s Heroes, they’ll finally have one.”Camp Capella is here because the community supports this place.