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Bangor officials give former Central Building owner another shot

Bangor City Council approved an agreement with David S. Boyd, the former owner of the historic 30,000-square-foot Central Building in the city’s downtown, enabling him to regain ownership of...

Cross Insurance acquires insurance competitor

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The Bangor-based independent insurance provider Cross Insurance announced the acquisition of the Maine insurance agency Sargent, Tyler & West and its Bucksport branch office, the Roland Grindle...

Bangor Savings opens the doors of 54th location

A little over a month after marking the opening of a $5 million branch on Marginal Way in Portland on June 6, Bangor Savings Bank opened up another branch in Brunswick on Monday.

Feds award $4M for Maine airport expansion projects

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Airports across the state continue to get significant boosts from the U.S. Department of Transportation, as another pair of transportation hubs has been awarded a total of $3,930,515 in federal grant...

Service changes to FairPoint landlines raising concerns

The first in a series of public meetings about upcoming changes to FairPoint Communications' price-controlled, basic landline phone service drew a crowd of approximately 30 Thursday evening to Bangor...

Bangor music studio trades downtown for Brewer waterfront

Main Street Music Studios, a full-service music recording and instructional space that has called 49 Main St. in downtown Bangor home for the past eight years, has moved to Brewer.

Trump talks trade agreements, jobs at Bangor rally

Following an introduction by conservative radio show host Howie Carr and Gov. Paul LePage, presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump used part of Wednesday's rally in Bangor as a...

Bangor officials move forward with possession of downtown building

Despite efforts from the former owner of the historic 30,000-square-foot Central Building in downtown Bangor, the city council has voted to take possession of the building due to unpaid taxes.

Trump to make second Maine campaign stop

Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump will hold a campaign rally Wednesday at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor.

Downtown building could be taken by Bangor

The city of Bangor may take over the 30,000-square-foot Central Building in the city's downtown at 73 Central St.