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Private high school in East Machias serves 27 county towns, 24 countries
Vinalhaven’s renaissance man aims to produce accessible, yet honest work
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Northport teacher John Van Dis has middle school class growing kelp, raising salmon
Legislation would offer grants to protect access, infrastructure for water-dependent businesses
“It makes us enjoy our state more by having her here.”
The pages of The Stone From Halfway Rock should practically reek of salt air and ocean spray, so vividly does author Peter Macdonald Blachly, a writer and musician who lives in Bath.
It generated such outrage that it was taken down from Facebook within hours...
The overall value of rockweed, after it's been processed into retail products, is around $20 million per year…
“The last several surveys have been very disappointing, with below average recruitment.”
—Maggie Hunter of DMR
Heather Deese, Ph.D.
Susie Arnold, Ph.D.
Some sources describe this walk as a dance, but I think it looks more like the bird is imitating a “low rider” car…
The Maine Office of Tourism reports that visitation has grown by an average of 6 percent in the last five years.
To meet a state mandate to raise half its operating funds from customers, the Maine State Ferry Service has proposed raising rates during the busy summer months and lowering them in the off season.