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Orono’s own burger and hot dog joint, the Family Dog, has announced plans to open two new food trucks in Bangor this spring. The trucks are another of owner Bob Cutler’s many new business avenues to …

Governor LePage’s recently proposed state budget includes sizeable increases to the state’s educational funding, while reducing income taxes and eliminating the state revenue sharing program.
The proposed fiscal year 2016-2017 $6.2 billion budget, issued on Jan. 9, …

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‘Unauthorized’ tweet from UM Parking Services account not a result of hacking, investigation into the source is ongoing

New additions to Park Street create mixed feeling among residents and students

Park Street's newest additions include a gas station, Alltown marketplace, as well as a Dunkin' Donuts.
Josh Quinit
Park Street's newest additions include a gas station, Alltown marketplace, as well as a Dunkin' Donuts.

New Year, New Beer

New microbrew in Orono adds to growing beer scene downtown
White Nitro Cream Ale, Orono Brewing Company's signature brew, is just one of more than 10 unique beers offered at OBC, which opened Jan. 1, 2015.
Alan Bennett
White Nitro Cream Ale, Orono Brewing Company's signature brew, is just one of more than 10 unique beers offered at OBC, which opened Jan. 1, 2015.

Located practically underground on Mill St., you might drive past it if you aren’t careful. But take the granite steps down below Verve restaurant and you’ll find it’s a warm, welcoming place, where everybody really does …

Student initiative garners support for School of Performing Arts

150 Years of American Music gala set for Friday
Event organizer Ben McNaboe.
Danielle Walczak
Event organizer Ben McNaboe.

 
There was still a line in the entrance of Hauck Auditorium last year when Ben McNaboe told workers they had to stop selling tickets for an Evening of Rodgers and Hammerstein School of Performing Arts fundraiser. …

‘Death of a Salesman’ revitalized for UMaine’s Pavillion Theater  

Character on the left, Charley  was played by Ron Lisnet. The character on the right, WIll Loman was played by Mark Bilyk.
Kyah Lucky
Character on the left, Charley was played by Ron Lisnet. The character on the right, WIll Loman was played by Mark Bilyk.

The frigid, unforgiving wind screams through the trees as darkness sets on campus. In the shadow of the Fogler Library sits the Edgar Allan Cyrus Pavillion Theater. The former sheep stable turned playhouse looks asleep, with …

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2015 Game Preview

While 2014 brought many memories through excellent games such as “Dragon Age: Inquisition,” “Destiny,” “Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare,” and “South Park: The Stick of Truth,” among many others, gamers have much to anticipate in 2015. …

Animal adoption takes planning for college students

The Bangor Humane Society matches pets with the best possible owner.

Meet Bailey. She is a 3-year-old Pit bull-Terrier mix. She is a strong-willed, active, lovable dog. She currently resides at the Bangor Humane Society and has been a resident for a month now. She is looking …

UMaine’s New Years Resolutions

New year, new you? At the start of the new year, people all over, especially college students, make their resolutions as a way to ring in the new year, and hopefully better themselves for the months …



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