News of Maine's Coast and Islands
News and views on the places we cover: Maine's island and remote coastal communities.
The new fares represent a significant and unanticipated financial burden for the community.
A new Maine State Ferry Service rate plan will be implemented beginning May 21.
Tugboats are the work horses of the maritime world, and seem, by design, to be steady, sure-footed, and safe. But the April Commercial Fisheries News reports on an odd, and probably unusual, tugboat mishap.
On May 14, St. George residents will be asked to vote on a $2.6 million rehabilitation and development project at the former St. George Marine property at 10 Cold Storage Road in Port Clyde.
How unfair that death would claim him just when he was doing such a good job of living
Isolated, out in the ocean… germs can spread faster than butter on hot toast.
Maine’s smallest K-12 public school, located on a Penobscot Bay island, is seeking high school magnet students for the 2018-2019 school year.
I never thought I would find myself craving less alone time. Last year I longed for stretches of silence...
These traumatic negative experiences, like addiction, alter the way a young brain functions.