News of Maine's Coast and Islands
Glass-plate negatives were the high-definition of their day
Great Cranberry Island’s Longfellow school serves two islands
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Easterly most newspaper reflects gritty, salty nature of region
Local nonprofit, Inn Along the Way, establishes Chapman Farm housing project
Community cookbooks like this one open a window into community life.
What recommends the book to public view more than anything else is the personal experience and intimate relationship David and Carl Little have with art and Acadia…
As he kept trying and failing to get her re-started, the boat drifted quickly, with the incoming tide, till it banged up against the deck of room 4
Coral reefs make up less than 1 percent of the ocean floor, yet they provide shelter for as much as a quarter of sea life.
Fishermen who set up a CCF can write off the money they add to the fund each year.
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PHOTO STORY BY KATIE JOHNSON
You see, she believed that islands tap into survivalist powers that many people believe they have…
A fishery crisis of this magnitude, with a healthy population of the target species, is highly unusual…