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Samantha Sugerman


Bangor, ME, United States

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Past articles by Samantha:

Hampden tennis center celebrates 50 years in business

The facility's owner, Dean Armstrong, committed to work at the indoor courts for 1 year. That was 27 years ago. → Read More

Bangor community comes out to support SAFE nurses

The Bangor community came out to Broadway Park Sunday morning to support the nurses at St. Joseph Hospital who constantly work to support their patients. → Read More

Exclusive: Bangor mom charged in connection to toddler's death maintains her innocence

'I never rubbed any type of heroin or fentanyl on my daughter's gums,' says Kimberly Nelligan, who's fighting the accusations against her, maintaining her innocence. → Read More

Orrington breaks ground on new public safety complex after years of controversy

Orrington's fire chief said the current fire station was built by volunteers in the 1950's and is "extremely outdated," making this project a necessity. → Read More

Bangor mother allegedly rubbed heroin on daughter's gums

Court documents allege Kimberly Nelligan rubbed heroin on her daughter's gums to help her sleep and alleviate stomach issues. → Read More

Fiberight holds ceremony to honor, retire American flags on 9/11

The idea to hold a retirement ceremony came from Fiberight’s Shelby Wright, after an employee brought to her attention dozens of flags being rescued from the trash. → Read More

Acadia CARES about mental health with packages for Maine schools

Folks involved with this partnership between Hampden Academy and Acadia Hospital hope the resources inside these packages prove "good things come in small boxes." → Read More

Belfast Area High School renovations complete just in time for first day of school

The renovations took more than 2 1/2 years and $7.5 million dollars. → Read More

Talking Trash: Everything you need to know when taking your trash to the curb in Bangor, Brewer

Bangor begins transitioning to Hampden’s Fiberight facility on September 3. Brewer began sending its trash and recyclables to Fiberight on September 1. → Read More

Feeling 'moo-ed' to action, teen raises lamb for charity at auction

Dale Strout spent the past 4 months raising a lamb he named "Goose," for a friend and fellow classmate with the same nickname, who is battling a difficult diagnosis. → Read More

Double family reunion: For 1st time, father meets daughter, sister meets sister

A 78-year-old father met his 58-year-old daughter for the first time in an airport terminal in Newark. They boarded a plane to Bangor, so she could meet her sister. → Read More

Condemned to Comfy: How the number of homes sitting vacant in Bangor is on the decline

The number of uninhabitable homes in Bangor is decreasing compared to just a few years ago, from more than 200 to 152. → Read More

Don’t click this video link

There’s a video link making the rounds on Facebook that when clicked, gives hackers access to one’s account. Click this story link to find out how not to get hacked! → Read More

'Cpl. Cole' the horse makes its debut

The horse named for a fallen Maine sheriff's deputy is racing for the first time at the Skowhegan Fairgrounds Sunday. → Read More

'Maine's strongest man' two years running sets his sights on becoming even stronger

Andrew Sullivan has been at the top of his game for strongman in Maine for the past 2 years. Now, he's setting his sights nationally, and maybe even farther. → Read More

On patrol with the border patrol

Agents on patrol are looking for what they call a sign, meaning footprints or other disturbances in the woods which may mean people recently passed through the area. → Read More

Biologists drop vaccines from the sky to stop rabies in its tracks

More than 350,000 rabies vaccines will be dropped from two planes as bait for raccoons, skunks, foxes, and coyotes to stop the spread of rabies in northern Maine. → Read More

Reigning champs compete to keep national corn maze title

A Maine corn maze is competing to keep its national title of "Best Corn Maze" in the country, one year after winning the competition. → Read More

Bangor small business owner 'making people a work of art'

Jill Burke dreamed of opening her own small business, being her own boss, and doing it in Maine. As an artist, it was no easy task, but she is making it work. → Read More

Maine couple calls 'The Conjuring' haunted farmhouse, home

Cory and Jennifer Heinzen bought a Rhode Island farmhouse where inexplicable events in the early 1970's became the basis for the horror film "The Conjuring." → Read More