News of Maine's Coast and Islands
I felt like part of the team as I found a table in the attic for Kwami’s work surface.
At the Islesford Dock Restaurant & Gallery on Little Cranberry Island, co-owner Michael Boland is deep into his second season enjoying the unique nature of an island institution.
One concept that has emerged in discussions is selling narrow, individual lots along Front Street and along the harbor walk...
A study of a dredge of a deep sea manganese field showed no visible recovery of the area 35 years later.
Those pretty, small towns kindled in me a love for New England.
Strangely enough, the first “connected device” was a tricked-out Coke machine at Carnegie Mellon University back in the early 1980s…
A key recommendation is to grow the work force by marketing Maine not just as a vacation destination, but as a career destination.
They were loving this authentic Maine island town, a locale that has escaped becoming Anyplace, U.S.A.
Anyone around Little Cranberry Island would say my husband Bruce, a lobster fisherman, has a knack for getting involved in some very interesting media situations. (See “One lobsterman’s 15 minutes of fame” at workingwaterfrontarchives.org.)