News of Maine's Coast and Islands
Native islander has been making lobster traps for 30 years
Two nonprofits working together to join sea and farm
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Island Fellow learns difference between ‘in’ and ‘of’ a place
Two projects to add 180,000-square-feet of offices on peninsula
The true nature of island life was on display on the last day of the tournament when, due to inclement weather, the Washington Island Bucks were not able to fly back home.
The seed to make a difference in the world was planted at a young age for Horace “Hoddy” Hildreth Jr.
Currently, there are some 60,000 second homes on the Cape…
In 2016, nearly 65 million people were on the move as a result of wars and persecution.
Rob Snyder, Ph.D.
“Our mission is to get New England off fossil fuel. We want to make the planet a better place," ReVision Energy's John Luft says.
What’s the word on Monhegan? The answer, offered this summer by an island businesswoman, was to the point—beer, coffee, and chocolate.
As a boy, Carlson, a life-long resident of Swan’s Island, worked as sternman for his father during lobster and scallop season.
Losing Kristin brings into clear focus how heavy a weight is placed on teachers today.