News of Maine's Coast and Islands
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.
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…
Schreiber has an ear for Downeast language and dialogue; reading these stories, we hear their tellers clearly.
The sale or loss of key community spaces can be a sign of a community at risk of losing itself.
Rob Snyder, Ph.D.
At Maine Sea Salt in Marshfield, the biggest piece of equipment is the sun. Eighteen years ago, Steve and Sharon Cook learned about all the different ways to evaporate water.
It’s not hard to imagine a trophy house or two at Otter Point, or a resort at Sand Beach.
Lesley and Leah Ranquist of Swan’s Island, sisters in their early 20s, were first introduced to fishing when they were mere kindergarteners. Now they are among the 4 percent of women currently holding commercial fishing licenses in Maine.