News of Maine's Coast and Islands
Two developments planned for the peninsula part of Portland will add 180,000-square-feet of office space—and more parking pressure.
What’s the word on Monhegan? The answer, offered this summer by an island businesswoman, was to the point—beer, coffee, and chocolate.
As a boy, Carlson, a life-long resident of Swan’s Island, worked as sternman for his father during lobster and scallop season.
Among those now actively addressing the issue of where to house temporary workers is the National Park Service. Each tourist season, Acadia National Park...
It is hard to overstate how important the Island Store is to the community. The store is one of the only public spaces open in the winter...
A wave of 19th century artists made their way to the island to find inspiration among idyllic rolling meadows, vast beaches, rugged cliffs…
If you were Josh Rogers’ childhood friend, you probably were offered dried dulse instead of Doritos chips for a snack.
“We’re talking 300 percent faster regeneration.”
—Dr. Kevin Strange
Without a doubt, aquaculture is a major growth industry in the state. And it is not just about finfish. Shellfish and seaweed farming are on the rise.
Susie Arnold, Ph.D.