News of Maine's Coast and Islands
After more than 40 years of restoration work, seabirds are nesting on islands
Summers in Tenants Harbor kindled a life-long love
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‘Good Life’ author and Brooksville resident acquitted 100 years ago
LaCroix, new lobster promotion chief, eyes expanded marketing
Nearing was indicted on charges of sedition; specifically, undermining the U.S. efforts in fighting what came to be known as World War I.
For Merritt Carey, the small coastal village of Tenants Harbor is the place that anchors her soul.
“Right whales are showing up in unexpected places, probably looking for food but not knowing where to find it.”
The new executive director of the Maine Lobster Marketing Collaborative aims to increase product value and tackle messaging around issues that affect the lobster industry.
Crows are smart and crafty, keen observers of their environment, and sometime-plunderers…
“If people wiped them out, people could restore them.”
Both the Furniture Market and the Red Studio have become shopping destinations—and ambassadors for the elder services provided by the two facilities.
There is a frantic energy in the air, an alloy of everyone’s fomo (fear of missing out).