While we don't encourage lying, here are some fun fibs to tell people from away visiting the Queen City this summer. Like who the big pencil at Webb's RV actually belongs to, or how we make the Kenduskeag rise and lower.
It seems like summer, or at least the hot weather, comes around a little later here in Bangor than in other parts of the country, but there's still plenty of time to enjoy the pools for people who want to beat the heat without leaving the city.
Maine is always associated with lobster and seafood in general, so it is almost shocking there are barely any seafood restaurants in Bangor! However, there are a bunch of places to grab a great lobster roll!
The latest numbers from the US census estimates shows that Maine's population grew at a very small rate from 2010 to 2015. How small? Maine only added 967 residents in that five year span. In fact, Maine actually lost population from 2014 to 2015.