Newspapers and Magazines
In operation for more than 110 years, the Bangor Daily News is published mornings Monday through Saturday. The paper is one of the few family-owned newspapers in the country, and has a circulation of approximately 70,000. The Weekly is distributed throughout the area on Fridays, and features a calendar of events, nonprofit news, and other health and welfare features.
Television and Radio
Six television stations—four major commercial stations plus PBS and Pax—have broadcast studios in Bangor. More than 15 AM and FM radio stations are broadcast in the area.
Media Information: Bangor Daily News, 491 Main St., PO Box 1329, Bangor, ME 04402; telephone (207)990-8000; toll-free (800)432-7964;
Bangor Region Chamber of Commerce. Available www.bangorregion.com
Bangor School System. Available www.bangorschools.net
City of Bangor. Available www.bgrme.org
County of Penobscot. Available www.maine.gov/local/penobscot
Downtown Bangor. Available www.downtownbangor.com
Eastern Maine Healthcare System. Available www.emh.org
Greater Bangor Convention and Visitors Bureau. Available www.bangorcvb.org
Maine Department of Labor. Available www.state.me.us/labor
Goldstein, Judith S., Crossing Lines: Histories of Jews and Gentiles in Three Communities (New York, NY: Morrow, 1992)
Laughead, William B., The Marvelous Exploits of Paul Bunyan: As Told in the Camps of the White Pine Lumbermen for Generations (Westwood, Calif: Red River Lumber Co., 1939)
Shaw, Richard R., Bangor, Maine Volume 2: The Twentieth Century (Arcadia, 1997)
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