Townsquare News Staff
Gov. Mills Extends Civil Emergency for 6th Time
Gov. Janet Mills on Wednesday extended the state of civil emergency for another 30 days as the state responds to the coronavirus pandemic.
Transient in Bangor Charged in Robbery After Alleged Attack
A man was charged with robbery after police say he attacked a person in the middle of the street Thursday night
Man Charged in Shooting at Bangor Motel
A Dixmont man was charged Sunday in connection with a shooting on Hammond Street in Bangor.
Kenduskeag Stream Canoe Race Canceled
The Bangor Parks and Recreation Department, in consultation with City staff and safety teams, has made the decision to cancel the 54th Annual Kenduskeag Stream Canoe Race, which was originally scheduled for April 18, 2020.
Police Charge Hermon Woman in Alleged Jewelry Theft
A Hermon woman faces a felony theft charge after police say she stole a $15,000 diamond ring among other items.
Multiple People Shot in Washington County; Suspect in Custody
One man is in custody following shootings in Washington County Monday morning.
Snow On Tap for Tuesday in Bangor, Downeast Maine
Snow is likely for Bangor and Downeast Maine, according to the National Weather Service.
Forecast: Snow Could Impact Thanksgiving Day Travel in Maine
The National Weather Service has issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook for much of northern and Downeast Maine as some snow and rain heads into the region on Wednesday night into Thanksgiving on Thursday.
Winter Weather Advisory: Snow, Sleet, Rain Predicted For Bangor
The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for much of eastern Maine, with snow, rain and sleet expected in the Bangor area.
Rescue Crews Recover Body After Canoe Capsizes in Flanders Bay
Rescue crews are attempting to locate a person in the waters of Flanders Bay off Sullivan.