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Big Changes on the Way to Union Street in Bangor [VIDEO]

The project has been 10 years in the making and it's going to require patience and a lot of alert driving in the city of Bangor.

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Photo, Hulton Archive, Getty Images

High Tea to Benefit Caring Connections

Any woman who ever had tea parties as a kid will want to take part in this fun event. The 3rd Annual Celebrating Survivors High Tea will be held next month to benefit Caring Connections.

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Photo, Getty Images

Maine’s Domestic Abuse Homicide Review Panel Releases Information [Full Report]

There were 26 homicides in Maine in 2013, and according to the Department of Public Safety, 12 of them were domestic violence related.

Back in 1997, the state legislature mandated the creation of the Domestic Abuse Homicide Review Panel, and it's been required to review the homicide cases involving domestic violence in order to prepare recommendations for change.

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Bangor Federal Credit Union Fundraising Committee, Photo, Bangor FCU
Bangor Federal Credit Union Fundraising Committee, Photo, Bangor FCU

Ending Hunger Checks Help Those in Need

Thanks to the creativity and hard work of federal credit union employees in Maine several area nonprofit food pantries and shelters get big checks to help them re-stock.

14 nonprofits serving Penobscot County received checks today, each totaling over 1-thousand dollars.

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The Kenduskeag is Running Fast + Cold! [VIDEO]

Canoe and kayak enthusiasts will be paddling the Kenduskeag Stream tomorrow in the 48th Annual Kenduskeag Stream Canoe Race.

Most people realize that April can be a winter month in Maine, and as a result, the race has been held in beautiful, spring-like temperatures and it can also be snowing and cold.

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Google Maps

Update: Eddington Among Communities Under Flood Watch

It's Springtime in Maine, and with that comes the potential for rivers and streams to spill over their banks. The National Weather service has issued flood watches for several communities, including a danger of the Penobscot overflowing in Eddington.

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Photo, Getty Images

A Victim of Sexual Assault Shares Her Story in Hope of Empowering Others

April is Sexual Assault Awareness month, and for me, it's personal.

While one might recount a personal experience by claiming "I have this friend...," this story is very personal, and it is about a dear friend.

This April, fifteen years after her brutal attack, we've decided together that I should tell her story again in hope that other victims of sexual assault will come forward and report the crime to police.

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Yuri Arcurs
Yuri Arcurs

Heathcare Related Jobs Expected To Increase 2.9 Million by 2022

Jobs in the healthcare and healthcare related fields are expected to increase by a combined 2.9 million by 2022 in the U.S., the biggest jump among industries monitored by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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Photo, Maine Public Safety
Photo, Maine Public Safety

Child Dead and Couple is Charged with Making Meth

A child is dead and a couple is charged with manufacturing methamphetamine in a bizarre case out of Washington County.

Maine Public Safety Spokesman Steve McCausland says 39-year-old Alan Richardson and 30-year-old Tabitha Osnoe of Danforth were arrested Saturday after fire investigators found evidence of a "one-pot" methamphetamine lab in their home.

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Photo, Susan Patten, Townsquaremedia.com

Where Law Enforcement and Treatment Meet in Maine’s ‘War on Drugs’ [Video]

Crime, sex, and drugs, but the only rock 'n' roll in these women's lives is the time they've wasted going in and out of the corrections system in Maine, all because of their addiction to drugs.

"Most of them never start out intending to become addicts and criminals," states Kennebec County Sheriff Randal Liberty.

Sheriff Liberty oversees a drug rehabilitation program inside the jail and it's showing great success in dropping the county jail's recidivism rate, not to mention the fact it's saving lives and potentially breaking a terrible cycle of family dysfunction and substance abuse in Maine.

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