Just before Thanksgiving, Bangor resident Aymie Walshe was running in the Rolland F. Perry City Forest — commonly known as the Bangor City Forest — when she noticed graffiti plastered across one of the forest’s brand new trail map displays. The graffiti — an essay written in black ink — covered the right side of […]
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