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McKibben offers bleak view, but optimism remains
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Regulators, developer explain process to fishermen
Maintenance problems, funding decreases contribute to reduction
The outlook for Maine’s lobster industry for 2020, and likely beyond, is murky at best.
I rose to leave, and the strap on my laptop bag caught on a bench, flinging me to the floor.
As the quaran-times roll on, I’ve been interested to see how people in various communities adapt.
Long before manufactured yeast, housewives kept yeast going in their homes for everyday baking. Part and parcel of beer brewing...
On March 16, 1820, cannons boomed and a glamorous ball (attended by the state’s then-acting governor, William King) was held at Portland’s Union Hall to celebrate Maine finally—after more than 30 years of trying—becoming a state.
Video conferencing has always been an essential and dynamic part of the TLC.
Each island micro-business is a particular thread in the overall weave of island life. My gallery, 19-years-old this year, has become a place for people to see...
A few months ago, I was assisting in the classroom here on Frenchboro during a session with the school guidance counselor. The subject of the day was coping skills...