News of Maine's Coast and Islands
International group focused on region meets in Portland
Report considers fate of two St. George stores
Get the latest articles from the Working Waterfront delivered to your inbox every week.
Recent court cases suggest ‘continuous use’ argument weakening
Jen Van Allen
Arctic science suggests complicated outcomes
A lot of mansions and large hotels featured in the cards either were torn down or were burned to the ground in the 1947 fire.
Their appreciation of the island reminded me to listen again to the quiet.
Sticky, tar sands oil, with its propensity to sink, poses a substantial, long-term, risks to life on the sea floor.
Susie Arnold, Ph. D.
In way over his head and not in an agreeable frame of mind, he stormed across the dining room, gathering his wits about him…
Merasi are not permitted to eat with members of other castes, but here they shared a lunch table with me and a few students.
Wing’s relaxed banter, framed by some stock questions, has produced stories that are lively, reflective, informative and humorous.
Imagine clutching an apron full of potatoes or apples with one hand while clinging to a ladder rung with the other.
Working through these letters as a family prompted us to discuss issues that are important to us...