Bangor, Maine News Update: July 12, 2021
Four people are facing charges as the result of a drug bust on North Main Street in Brewer. Heroin, Methamphetamine, and suboxone were recovered as part of the investigation. Charges range from violation of conditions of release to trafficking, and may be elevated due to the proximity to the Brewer Riverwalk.
Organizers of the 4-port Loop tall ships event have cancelled the Nao Santa Maria’s visit to Bangor, after protests from people over the connection to Christopher Columbus. The ship is a replica of the vessel that brought Columbus to America in 1492. Bucksport town officials say the ship stayed in port over the weekend, to honor pre-sold tickets for tours, but they hope to have it moved out sometime this week.
Folks interested in careers in wildlife law enforcement can now get an education at Husson University. Anyone studying law enforcement or who’s already working in the field can earn the certificate that could be used for careers like game wardens, park rangers, and more.
Shakespeare lovers will want to stop by Indian Trail park in Brewer this week for a production of ‘As You Like It.’ Ten Bucks Theatre will bring Shakespeare under the stars for 8 performances starting on Thursday. Find more information about showtimes and how to get tickets on the Facebook event page for TBT’s as You Like It.
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