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MDI’s conflicted relationship with cars continues
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Acadia ‘Quiet Side’ group fosters community through the arts
Ferry will link region to Bar Harbor, College of the Atlantic
The draft of a first-ever plan for the ocean was released May 25, launching a new way of considering a host of marine uses for the region from Connecticut to the Canadian border.
There was plenty of friendly and frank talk about the business of being an old-fashioned kind of organization…
Haystack is one of my favorite places to be in the world, ranking only second to the island I call home.
A frenzy of consumption is underway that makes hyenas around a fallen wildebeest look like dinner with Martha Stewart.
Barn timbers dating back to the 1850s make a powerful interior design statement as the framework of a new house that is otherwise sleek and modern.
Benjamin Stevens of Islesford (Little Cranberry Island) graduated this month from Maine Maritime Academy in Castine.
The guy who hits the big shot at the end of the game may be seen as a hero, but if he missed seven of nine shots earlier…
There are currently only about 50 great cormorant nests in Maine, down from a maximum of about 300 in the early 1990s.
Richard Harris Podolsky