Townsquare News Staff
Penobscot, York Counties ‘Closely Monitored’ As Schools Begin Amid COVID-19
The new assessment shows all counties still have a "green" designation, but Penobscot and York counties will be reassessed on Sept. 4 in light of increasing case rates as well as open outbreaks in those two counties.
Police Seek Man Who Walked Away from Washington County Home
Police are seeking the whereabouts of a Cherryfield man who reportedly walked away from his home on Wednesday.
Traffic Stop in Bangor Leads to Drug Arrests
Two people from Lincoln face charges after police found suspected heroin and methamphetamine during a traffic stop in Bangor Monday.
Get Ready For a Huge Construction Project on I-95 in Hampden
Beginning on July 22, northbound traffic on I-95 in Hampden will be shifted to a temporary diversion roadway at the East Bridge over the Souadabscook Stream.
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
Police Identify Victim in Fatal Lagrange Crash
Desarae Bourgoine, 35, was killed in the single vehicle crash.
Bangor Superintendent Betsy Webb To Retire in October
Webb will be taking a position as a professor at the University of Maine.
Two Charged in Bangor Apartment Robbery
Two men face charges in connection with a residential robbery on First Street in Bangor.
T.J. Maxx, Marshalls Plan To Reopen Most Stores By June 30
Officials with T.J. Maxx and Marshalls announced Thursday they plan to reopen most of their stores by June 30.
Hartland Man Charged in Meth Operation Near School
A Hartland man faces charges after police dismantled a methamphetamine making operation at his home, which is within 1,000-feet of a middle school.