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The Jed Prouty Tavern and Inn is an historic building at 57 Main Street in downtown Bucksport, Hancock County, Maine. It was built around 1780 as a two family home and converted into a tavern and inn around 1820. In this guise it hosted prominent national figures, including Daniel Webster and Presidents Martin Van Buren and William Henry Harrison. After standing largely vacant in the later 20th century, the building was converted an assisted living facility, and presently serves as a community s...
 
Fort Knox, now Fort Knox State Park or Fort Knox State Historic Site, is located on the western bank of the Penobscot River in the town of Prospect, Maine, about 5 miles (8.0 km) from the mouth of the river. Built between 1844 and 1869, it was the first fort in Maine built of granite (instead of wood). It is named after Major General Henry Knox, the first U.S. Secretary of War and Commander of Artillery during the American Revolutionary War, who at the end of his life lived not far away in Thoma...
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WKSQ (94.5 FM) is a radio station broadcasting an adult contemporary format. Licensed to Ellsworth, Maine, USA, the station serves the Bangor area. The station is currently owned by Blueberry Broadcasting. The station used to air The John Tesh Radio Show up to June 2009. WKSQ also airs Maine Black Bears football and mens hockey, sharing flagship status of the Black Bear Sports Network with WAEI. WKSQs programming is also simulcast in the Skowhegan market on WQSK (97.5 FM) in Madison, which was f...

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 Hollywood Casino Hotel and Raceway (Previously Hollywood Slots, also referred to simply as Hollywood Casino Bangor) is a Penn National Gaming-owned casino located in Bangor, Maine. It was the first licensed slots facility in the state, and became the first casino to be licensed in the state of Maine when it added table games to its facilities in 2012. The only other licensed casino in the state is Oxford Casino in Oxford, Maine. As of 2013, the casino had 16 tables and 923 slot machines. The hot...
 
 
 
 
 
Penobscot Theatre Company (PTC), located in Bangor, Maine, is Americas Northeastern-most professional theatre company. It operates year-round in the historic Bangor Opera House, producing theatre works and programs. Plays and musicals both new and classic comprise PTCs mainstage season. Beyond the mainstage, Penobscot Theatres educational and outreach programming is the largest in the state, serving more than 7,000 Maine students through school-based workshops, student matinees, extracurricular ...
 
 
 

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 University of Maine Museum of Art (UMMA) is an art museum in downtown Bangor, Maine. It is part of the University of Maine, which is located in nearby Orono, Maine. The University of Maine Art Collection was established in 1946 under the leadership of Vincent Hartgen. As the initial faculty member of the Department of Art and curator of the Art Collection, Hartgen�s goal was to provide the people of Maine with significant opportunities to experience and learn about the visual arts and their di...
 
The Great Fire of 1911 Historic District is located in downtown Bangor, Maine, and has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1984. It preserves Maines most significant collection of early 20th century public and commercial buildings, and commemorates an urban re-building campaign matched only by Portlands following its own destruction by fire in 1866. The Great Fire of 1911 was Maines (and one of the nations) last large-scale urban conflagrations, but resulted in the crea...
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 John Bapst Memorial High School is a private, independent, college preparatory high school in Bangor, Maine, United States. It serves approximately 500 ninth through twelfth grade students from 50 different communities in the region. The majority of students who attend John Bapst Memorial High school come from the towns of Orrington, Glenburn, Veazie, Dedham, School Administrative District 63 (which includes the towns of Holden, Eddington, and Clifton), Milford, Bradley, and Orland. In 2011-2012...

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  Bucksport High School is a public high school in Bucksport, Maine. It is part of Regional School Unit (RSU) 25. Between 350 and 400 students study at Bucksport High School. It also provides a satellite program on campus for Hancock County Technical Center.  

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