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Old Town drug seizure leads to four arrests

OLD TOWN, Maine (WABI) - Four people are facing charges after a drug bust in Old Town Monday. 21-year-old Mariah Crowley of Old Town is charged with two counts of drug trafficking and violation of conditions of release. 27-year-old James Burns of Norway is charged with two counts of drug...
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$12K smoker stolen from Bangor business

BANGOR, Maine (WABI) - A chef new to the Bangor area is asking for the public’s help in locating her barbecue smoker. Bethany Gregory says she’s still in shock after learning Tuesday her custom-made BBQ smoker was stolen from her property, the Maine Market on Broadway in Bangor, formally known as The Six Miles Falls Store/Meat Market.
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A Big, Giant Semi Killed A Tiny, Defenseless Guardrail In Brewer Yesterday

A circle can't fit where a square should be... Timeless advice from the band Extreme from their song "Hole Hearted". But in this case, it's more literal. How many times have you been behind an 18-wheeler and seen the little graphic reminding you that "this vehicle makes wide right turns"? Makes sense. Those rigs are huge, and need room to maneuver around.
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Police still searching for missing teen girl

BANGOR — Bangor Police have found one of the two missing teens but are still asking for the public’s help in locating the second. 15-year-old Madisyn Rotter was found at a Whole Foods store in Portland. Both girls are thought to have connections in the greater Portland and...
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Police locate one of two teens who walked away from Bangor residence

Bangor police are still searching for one of two teenagers who went missing on Sunday. Police say 15-year-old Madisyn Trotter was found at a grocery store in Portland on Wednesday morning. They’re still searching for 17-year-old Charity Bell. The department says the two teens walked away from a residence...
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Maine business owner pleads guilty to federal Paycheck Protection Program fraud

BANGOR, Maine — A Skowhegan man pleaded guilty Tuesday in federal court to a bank fraud scheme tied to Paycheck Protection Program loans. According to court records, Nathan Reardon, 44, formerly of Brewer, owned and controlled Global Disruptive Technologies Inc., a Bangor-based business. In April 2020, Reardon obtained a $59,145 Paycheck Protection Program loan for Global Disruptive Technologies Inc. using false employee wage information and false supporting payroll documentation. Documents say Reardon then improperly spent the Paycheck Protection Program funds on items and expenses he knew were not covered by the program. After receiving the first loan, Reardon submitted additional fraudulent Paycheck Protection Program applications to the same bank in April and May 2020. Two of the applications were for companies that had no active business operations, employees or payroll.
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Children’s resale store to open in Dover-Foxcroft

DOVER-FOXCROFT, Maine (WABI) - Preparations are underway for a children’s resale store to open in Dover-Foxcroft. Located at 122 East Main Street in the old Bank building the Children’s closet hopes to open later this July. They say they’ll offer a wide range of things that parents may...
DOVER-FOXCROFT, ME
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Medomak Valley 11& 12 softball all-stars win District 2 crown

Medomak Valley Little League 11&12 softball all-stars defeated Lincoln Little League 9-4 on July 6 to clench the District 2 championships, and earn a berth in the state tournament. Kendall Wyman collected the win (9K, 4B, 1HP, 3H). Olivia Ball took the loss for Lincoln (8K, 9B, 4H). Hitting for...
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