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By Bryan Sidelinger- On Wednesday, a Maine legislative panel approved a bipartisan deal on a paid leave proposal that had been watered down by Democrat. The deal was welcomed by business groups hoping to avoid a […]

  This past Sunday, March 31, Pets for Vets is a dodgeball tournament that is held at the University of Maine and helps raise money for veterans to get service animals, or be able to […]

By Bryan Sidelinger- Black Violin, a group centered around two men mixing classical music with hip hop on a a viola and a violin, are coming to the Gracie Theater. Black Violin is composed of […]

It is warming up in Bangor, Maine, which means it is time to start playing outdoor sports again. Golf is one of the hardest sports to practice in college because most schools don’t have their […]

By Bryan Sidelinger- Black Violin is making one of its three New England tours stops here at Husson, on April 4th. Managing Director of the Gracie theatre, Jeri Misler says in an email that, “This […]

By Bryan Sidelinger- In Bar Harbor, it’s early spring, and businesses are starting their hiring for another busy tourist season. But there’s a problem; the amount of available jobs far outweighs the amount of available […]

By Bryan Sidelinger- A body was discovered at a Palmyra hotel Wednesday, at Lovely’s Motel. According to the Somerset County Sheriff’s Office, a welfare check was made by a sheriff’s deputy who was sent to […]

The three point contest. The Dunk Contest. The Celebrity All-star game. Those are a few of the more high profile events at the NBA’s annual All-Star weekend which lead up to the All-Star game itself […]

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