News of Maine's Coast and Islands
After more than 40 years of restoration work, seabirds are nesting on islands
Summers in Tenants Harbor kindled a life-long love
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‘Good Life’ author and Brooksville resident acquitted 100 years ago
LaCroix, new lobster promotion chief, eyes expanded marketing
In the past couple of years, the TLC has grown to include the island of Cuttyhunk, the only one-room island school in Massachusetts.
The island can be stifling, like a strong hug that at first is comforting but is too tight and lasts too long.
The tenants themselves land here for a variety of reasons. For Atlantic Ocean Aquaculture and Gel Hydration, URCI provides professional resources, infrastructure, and space as needed.
When philanthropist Roxanne Quimby bought the 113-acre Ocean Wood Campground on Schoodic Peninsula three years ago for $2 million, her intent was to save the land and its 3,200-feet of bold ocean frontage from development.
No two islands are quite alike, and this held true when Cliff Island was going through the community broadband process.
It’s happening. Right before our eyes. And it’s going to get worse...
But we do not live by pickles alone. A solid collection of tomato sauce, or juice, which our neighbor Janis makes, plus canned peaches...
The fact that the name commemorates a massacre has passed from our collective memory…