WATERVILLE – Love and loss were etched in the faces of the family and friends of Lynn Robert Poulin as the remains of the Army staff sergeant killed by a suicide bomb attack in Iraq days before Christmas were laid to rest Thursday with military honors. Read More
A Bangor District Court case listed in The Weekly erroneously melded information from two cases. Ryan M. Lawrence, 23, of Corinth was responsible for only the criminal trespassing charge listed under his name. Ryan J. Leighton, 19, of Orono should have been listed with the charges of minor… Read More
BANGOR – Telford Aviation Services has been awarded a $110 million contract by the U.S. government for aviation support services. The Bangor company will conduct the work in locations throughout the United States. “The award caps a long-term effort to secure additional… Read More
CHARLEMONT, Mass. – With the sun shining bright and the temperature pushing 40 degrees, Nancy Campbell had one thing on her mind Thursday morning: skiing. “It’s sunny, there’s no wind, and the snow is nice and soft,” the Amherst teacher said as she finished a… Read More
Bangor native and former city mayor Bill Cohen, director of corporate communications for Anthem Health Plans of Maine, will leave his position at the end of this week, he announced Thursday. Cohen, who has been with for-profit, Indiana-based Anthem since just after it purchased Maine’s… Read More