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Photo, Kat Murphy

Official Cause of Devastating Fire ‘Undetermined’

What sparked a devastating fire in Hancock County that leveled a landmark eatery in Bass Harbor may never be known.

Sgt. Tim York with the State Fire Marshal's office says he and another investigator were on the scene late last evening.

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Courtesy of YouTube
Courtesy of YouTube

A Celtic Woman Christmas!

These ladies were the very first entertainers to take the stage at the Waterfront in Bangor back in 2010, when we were introduced to the Waterfront Concert Series. Now as we approach 2014, the group has gone through personal changes, but still is just as amazing today as they were back in 2010. If you missed their live performance then, don't miss it in 2014 when The 'Emerald' Tour will arrive at Darling's Waterfront Pavilion on May 30th, tickets are now available! But the reason I'm posting this now, is because now, as Christmas approaches, there is no better way to experience a Christmas song, than you have it sung by this very talented group of ladies known as 'Celtic Woman'

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Photo, Kat Murphy
Photo, Kat Murphy

Local Business Destroyed by Fire

Fire investigators are sifting through the hot spots and rubble this morning trying to determine what sparked a massive blaze last night in Hancock County.

The fire call came in to Hancock County Regional Dispatch around 7:45 last night and fire crews were dispatched to Harbor Drive in Bass Harbor.

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Photo, Susan Patten Townsquare Media
Photo, Susan Patten Townsquare Media

The Festival of Lights Tree Has Arrived [VIDEO]

Downtown Bangor is becoming more festive by the minute and the city's Public Works crews were busy this morning in West Market Square.

The tree was delivered this morning and the lights will be strung, but not lit, just yet. 

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A Convoy Full of Christmas and Respect for Veterans Gets Ready to Roll

The goosebumps I get have nothing to do at all with the chilly Maine temperatures this time of year and every thing to do with the home-grown spirit of Christmas, and the sense of patriotism and commitment to our U.S. servicemen and women.

And so it begins this weekend in Washington County with the laying of wreaths on both sides of the U.S. border Saturday in Calais by the Gold Star Mothers and their Canadian counterparts, Silver Cross Families.

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Gift Basket Silent Auction Benefits Hammond Street Senior Center [VIDEO]

If you're looking for a unique gift for someone on your list, the Hammond Street Senior Center can help. And getting the gift is as much fun as giving it! The 'It's a Basket Case' fundraiser is going on all this week at the Bangor center. Check it out!

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Photo, Getty Images
Photo, Getty Images

Maine Tree Farms Remain an Annual Christmas Tradition [VIDEO]

There was a lot of green moving Friday throughout the state, and there will be for the next few weeks to come.

You're apt to see that green securely fastened to car rooftops as people transport their "just right" Christmas tree home.

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Photo courtesy of Anah Shrine
Photo courtesy of Anah Shrine

The Anah Shrine’s 2nd Annual Festival of Trees Final Two Days are This Friday & Saturday!

Step into Christmas at the Anah Shrine on Main Street in Bangor at our 2nd Annual Festival of Trees! Nearly 50 trees await your visit. When you see a tree you like, place your ticket into the bucket by that tree, or all of the nearly 50 trees on display!

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Bangor Bomb Threat Investigated

The normal Wednesday evening routine was interrupted in Downtown Bangor after a person called the police department just after 7pm saying there was a bomb in Pickering Square.

In order to establish a safe perimeter while they investigated the report police shut down Broad and Water Streets and Nocturnem Draft Haus, The New Waverly, and the 4:20 Shop.

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Evergreen boughs harvested downeast without landowners permission.  Photo, Maine Forest Service
Evergreen boughs harvested downeast without landowners permission. Photo, Maine Forest Service

Maine Evergreen Boughs in High Demand

'Tis the season and that means Mainers looking to make some money are out in the woods harvesting Balsam Fir boughs.

The process is called tipping, and Maine landowners are generous enough to give tippers written permission to harvest the evergreen off their property.

But, when someone doesn't get that permission in writing, that's when the Maine Forest Service steps in to enforce Maine's timberland laws.

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