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About: bangor, maine

Bangor has over 35,000 residents, which makes it the third-largest city in Maine, after Portland and Lewiston. Located about 30 miles from Penobscot Bay, Bangor deemed itself the "lumber capital of the world," in the 19th century. Bangor had anti-slavery politics well before the Civil War, and the Union's first volunteer infantry company was raised there after the attack on Fort Sumter. The city is considered the alter ego of Stephen King's town of Derry, which he refers to in many of his stories, including the novel, "It."

Population: 35473
Local Newspapers: Bangor Daily News Courier
Local Sports Teams: University of Maine Black Bears
Local Colleges: State UniversityUniversity of Maine

Zip Codes associated with bangor, maine: 04401, 04402
Towns/Cities near bangor, maine : Brewer, Hampden, Orono, Holden, Old Town, Eddington, Carmel, Hermon, Winterport

Bangor News
5 Things To Do This Weekend, March 6-8: Spring ahead, fall out of hibernation

Last weekend, I spent the vast majority of the time in my pajamas, curled up on the couch, savoring each and every minute of "House of Cards" season three. And, amazingly, I didn't finish it, and still have three episodes left to watch.

Why Emily Cain announced another congressional bid so early

Emily Cain addresses her supporters while waiting for election results at the Hilton Garden Inn in Bangor on Nov. 4, 2014. AUGUSTA, Maine - On Tuesday, Emily Cain made it official: Her aspirations to serve in Congress did not end in November with her loss to Republican Bruce Poliquin.

Speed led to 75-car pileup on I-95, speed limit sign recordings show

Peggy Leonard's vehicle was wedged between 2 semis in the 40-vehicle pileup on Interstate 95 on Feb. 25. Hazardous-weather speed limit signs are posted on the north- and southbound sides of Interstate 95 at mile marker 159. Buy Photo A 75-vehicle pileup shut down the northbound lanes of Interstate 95 between Newport and Bangor most of Feb. 25. Hazardous-weather speed limit signs are posted on both the north- and southbound sides of Interstate 95 at mile marker 159.

Cousin raising money to buy Dexter couple a car after theirs was destroyed in I-95 pileup

The front end of Shane Overlock's car after the I-95 pileup on Feb. 25. "That's a pic of our car, and we weren't even close to as bad as some other people that were in the accident," Ashley Overlock said of her 2000 Chevy Cavalier. Buy Photo A cellphone photo of the backside of the initial Interstate 95 crash scene taken by Dexter resident Shane Overlock, who was driving a 2000 Chevy Cavalier that was destroyed in the 75-vehicle pileup on Feb. 25 that stretched for three miles starting in Carmel.

Bangor nightclub Tantrum closes after two years

"It is with great sadness that we are announcing effective immediately that Tantrum will be permanently closed," majority owner Michelle Fern and her husband, Mike Fern, announced in a Facebook post Sunday. Citing competing pressures including a full-time job, family and health concerns, Michelle Fern said the closure had more to do with her family's quality of life than whether the business turned a profit.

Smoke & Mirrors: LePage Cutting Methadone Funds

Sometimes I feel like I'm alone, staring at an elephant. The elephant is usually standing in the middle of somebody's living room and folks are pretending that they can't see it.

Runners tackle deep snow at Bangor YMCA's first snowshoe race

Jennifer VanDongen, 37, of Bar Harbor, runs across Branch Lake in Ellsworth while participating in the Bangor YMCA Wilderness Center Snowshoe Race on Feb. 28 at Camp Jordan. Buy Photo Amelia VanDongen, 8, of Bar Harbor, finishes first in the 1-kilometer youth snowshoe race on Feb. 28, at the Bangor YMCA Wilderness Center at Camp Jordan.

Downtown Bangor Living Open House

The Downtown Bangor Partnership presents a unique opportunity to explore urban living in downtown Bangor. On Wednesday, March 25 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. participants will have the chance to view several downtown living locations of varying sizes and price ranges.

Thick ice on Penobscot River thwarts Coast Guard cutters

The large chunks of ice near the Joshua Chamberlain Bridge at the Penobscot River in Bangor on Tuesday, March 3. Buy Photo BANGOR, Maine - Repeated winter storms and record cold conditions have hampered the U.S. Coast Guard's ice cutting operations on the Penobscot River, raising concern among some officials that ice jams could cause flooding in the spring. The Coast Guard's 65-foot ice breakers have not been able to get within a half-mile of the Veterans Remembrance Bridge that connects Bangor and Brewer, according to Chief Warrant Officer and ice mission manager Bob Albert.

Good Friday Concert: Joseph Haydn's "The Seven Last Words of Christ"

Joseph Haydn's "The Seven Last Words of Christ" for string quartet to be performed at Columbia Street Baptist Church, by the Hallelujah String Quartet April, 3, 7:00 pm. Bangor, Maine, March 4, 2015.

'Is it weird to be a little scared?' Nichole Cable asked accused killer before fatal meeting

A Maine State Police detective trained in cellphone analysis testified Tuesday about calls and text messages between phones belonging to accused murderer Kyle Dube and his alleged victim, Nichole Cable, on Mother's Day 2013. Detective Kyle Willette told jurors that Cable sent a text to Dube's phone and a Facebook message to a person posing as Bryan Butterfield in the hours before she died.

LePage working on plan to borrow $100 million a year to fix Maine bridges

Gov. Paul LePage addresses the crowd at a chamber breakfast at the Hilton Garden Inn in Bangor in this 2014 BDN file photo. LePage announced he will submit a bill that would not allow the Maine attorney general's office to use money awarded as settlements in lawsuits.

Bangor water crews deal with break on Cumberland Street

Multiple streets in the downtown area were affected by a water main break on Cumberland Street, Bangor Water District General Manager Kathy Moriarty said Tuesday. The break was reported Monday, but crews were fixing another leak on Olive Street at the time, Moriarty said, and decided to wait until Tuesday morning to repair the Cumberland Street problem.

American Folk Festival's Second Annual Color Bangor

American Folk Festival's annual fun run is back with flying colorsa Literally! Color Bangor is back again for a second year, and it's going to be exciting. Registration is now open, and with the amount of participation from the community last year, including the hosts at Color Village as well as the Bangor Police Department, it's guaranteed to be a great time.

Epic Equipment & Apparel

Join Bangor Land Trust and Appalachian Mountain Club Members at Epic Sports, Downtown Bangor, on Tuesday, March 10th at 6:30pm for a look at the latest and greatest in outdoor equipment and apparel.

Arts news

Jennifer Colavito strikes a graceful pose at the edge of a lake. She will dance the lead role in the Bangor Ballet production of "The Little Mermaid" set for 4 p.m. Saturday, March 14, at Center Theatre in Dover-Foxcroft; 7 p.m. Saturday, March 21, and 4 p.m. Sunday, March 22, at the Gracie Theatre in Bangor; and 7 p.m. Saturday, March 28, at the Bucksport Performing Arts Center.

EMMC offers services for Maine MS patients

The prevalence of MS in Maine is among the highest in the nation - approximately 180 of every 100,000 residents has been diagnosed with the disease. Compounding the problem is the shortage of MS service providers to serve the state's rural population.

Time Warner Cable bundles in Bangor , Maine

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