Access to the online edition of the newspaper. (Available only when in the library using library computers.)
Your Bangor Public Library card gives you access to many resources online. In addition, using the computers while in the library gives users access to another level of subscription services.
Interested in reading books online, downloading audiobooks or streaming movies? Check out cloudLibrary. It can be accessed through your computer or via an app on your tablet or smartphone.
Want to read the Bangor Daily News? Stop by the library to access through our computers.
Need to do some research? See what Online Resources are available.
Full access to the Bangor Daily News archives (1832 to 2011) as digitized by newspapers.com. (Available only when in the library using library computers.)
CloudLibrary is your resource for ebooks, audiobooks, and streaming video. You just need your library card to sign up!
NewsStand is the digital magazine and newspaper service with an expanding catalogue that currently contains over 7,000 titles in more than 60 languages.
Bangor Public Library’s online collection of photographs, books, maps, and more celebrating the history of Bangor, Maine, New England, and beyond.
Provides every resident of Maine with access to online resources that include a collection of full text articles and abstracts from magazines, newspapers, journals and reference. Also provides multiple online learning tools.
Provides access to thousands of digital comics, graphic novels, and manga with library card. Available via web or Android or Apple apps.
Search through the Bangor Daily News, Kennebec Journal, Morning Sentinel, Maine Times, Portland Press Herald and Sun Journal dating back to 1980.
Your library card will provide access-it just requires logging back in every 72 hours. Click on the link, hit REDEEM, and create an account. Can renew when expired.
Access includes full text coverage from January 8, 2010 through the present.