After seven years, community theater is making a return to the Grand Theater in Ellsworth.
Monty Python’s Spamalot opens Friday night.
“All I heard from community members is, when is community theater coming back to the grand, we miss it,” said Gail Thompson, executive director of the Grand.
You can help build a trail in Bangor tomorrow.
Bangor Parks and Rec is working with the New England Mountain Biking Association to create a new trail at Bangor City Forest.
Those interested in poetry and performing arts might want to consider a trip to Belfast this weekend.
The Tenth Annual Belfast Poetry Festival begins tonight with a showcase of artists at the American Legion Hall on High Street.
‘Tis the season to start planning for the annual Festival of Lights parade in Bangor and event organizers are looking for participants.
The Rotary Club of Bangor is hosting the parade on Saturday, December 6th.
Teachers in Milo will be able to purchase supplies for their classrooms thanks to a teacher rewards program.
Representatives from Sam’s Club and Walmart visited Milo Elementary School this morning for a special assembly with students and staff.
Police say a Springfield woman is in jail after a domestic violence incident and a chase last night.
State troopers went to the Mill Hill Road home of 57-year-old Cynthia Gervais after receiving a report Gervais was threatening someone with a rifle.
A nurse who worked for a company contracted to provide health care to inmates at the Maine State Prison says in a lawsuit she was a victim of racial discrimination.
According to court documents, Shana Cannell says she was subjected to a hostile and abusive work environment at the prison in Warren because she is black.
Local leaders came together in Bangor Friday morning to look at ways to move forward in the wake of job losses throughout Eastern Maine in recent years.
The regional response discussion was hosted by Eastern Maine Development Corporation.
The 16-year-old from Belgrade injured in the Halloween hayride crash in Mechanic Falls has been released from the hospital.
According to a Facebook page to help his family, Connor Garland’s aunt has posted that he was released from Boston Children’s Hospital on Thursday.
Police in Belfast hope the public can help them solve a day time burglary.
They say an individual on Route 52 yesterday may have been using a laundry basket to carry stolen items, including gaming systems and coffee cans full of change.
Unions representing about 1,700 of FairPoint’s approximately 2,550 employees in northern New England have called for a strike.
FairPoint spokeswoman Angelynne Beaudry said FairPoint is disappointed by the unions’ decision to walk out, but the company has comprehensive plans in place to ensure continuity of service to its customers.
Our profiles of the three Maine Gubernatorial candidates continues with a question concerning a topic debated at the national and state levels: healthcare.
We asked – “What can the state do to make sure the current healthcare system works for Mainers?”
BANGOR, Maine (AP) — A nurse who worked for a company contracted to provide health care to inmates at a Maine prison says in a lawsuit she was a victim of racial discrimination.
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — A man caught stealing copper piping from a vacant Waterville building in July has been sentenced to more than three years in jail.
Sean Rancourt of Waterville was sentenced to three years and four months behind bars and was also ordered to pay $1,000 in restitution for the damage he caused.
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — Maine Gov. Paul LePage is taking some time off from the campaign trail this weekend to open up his home for the 4th annual Blaine House food drive.
Welcome to Housing is a volunteer-run organization, based in the Bangor region, dedicated to helping individuals and families who are moving from a shelter program into permanent housing.
The group is holding the Third Annual “Good for Good Drives Drives, this weekend.
Deputies responded to an accident, involving two cars, near the intersection of Bennoch and Medford Roads in Lagrange.
Dispatchers say it happened around 9 pm Thursday.
They tell us 5 people were involved.
A local business owner, credited with rescuing a collection of historic items, was honored inside the Bangor Public Library Thursday.
In February, a library volunteer tried to sell $31,000 worth of Civil War photographs and World War II Memorabilia that were stolen from the library.
Students in Orono want to wipe out hunger on local college campuses.
A two day event is helping to make that happen.
Students and faculty from colleges across Maine are preparing 10,000 protein packed meals to be donated to campus-based food pantries state-wide.
An Army Captain who’s fighting terminal cancer is coming to Maine this weekend to raise awareness about suicide prevention among veterans.
Captain Justin Finch from Massachusetts will be sharing his story about contemplating suicide as part of a fundraiser called “ATV Ride for a Reason”.