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ORONO Despite Maine's most recent snowstorm, spring is on its way. Common signs of the season, such as an increase in morning birdsong or a crocus pushing through the soil are just a few indicators of a much larger cycle of seasonal changes that affect the plants, animals and humans of Maine.

Published in Press Releases

BANGOR Being stuck inside while it is bitterly cold or snowy can be rough for people of all ages. But as long as you have a smartphone or tablet, blizzards, cold conditions or ice storms don't have to derail the entire day. U.S. Cellular is hosting a free Device Workshop in the Bangor area to show you the many ways your wireless device can keep the entire family entertained even when the weather outside keeps you indoors. The workshop is open to everyone, and you don't need to be a U.S. Cellular customer to attend.

'Whether you want to learn something new or be entertained, the right apps and our high-quality network that works when and where you need it will help you stay connected on a cold and snowy day,' said Matt Kasper, director of sales for U.S. Cellular in New England.

Published in Tekk
Wednesday, 24 October 2012 22:00

Bangor business owner strives to break a sweat

New gym opens on Columbia Street

BANGOR - A personal trainer from Hermon has decided to stretch his muscles and open his very own studio in Bangor called LA Training. Louie Morrison said being a business owner is something he never envisioned when he entered the physical fitness industry, but when the opportunity presented itself it was something he couldn't resist. 

"I had plenty of business where I was at but saw a lot of people who wanted to be trained and weren't comfortable in a big gym environment, so I found a way to expand by downsizing," Morrison explained.

Published in Biz
Wednesday, 06 June 2012 16:10

With our powers combined

Gracie Barra Jiu Jitsu and Young's MMA form gym

BANGOR When we last spoke with Chris Young, owner of Young's MMA, the gym was located in the basement of his Brewer home and he was actively searching for a new space. All that has changed - Young has joined forces with Ed Benjamin of Gracie Barra Jiu Jitsu of Bangor to form a gym in its own space.

Both Young and Benjamin had allowed members from the respective schools to take a free class once a week at the gym. When the opportunity arose to grab a space on Outer Hammond Street in Brewer, they went for it.

'We were tired of being in the basement, and we have to be taken seriously,' said Young.

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