News of Maine's Coast and Islands
In a world churning with change, there is a workshop in a cove in Georgetown where the strength of bronze has withstood the test of time. Spartan Marine makes the case that there are some things better left unchanged.
“An engineer … told me we just narrowly avoided catastrophic failure…” —Tora Johnson
Yes, we have internet, but… That’s the response from business owners, healthcare professionals, educators, and more
“You feel hopeless when one federal judge can change things with a stroke of a pen.” —Lee Watkinson
When markets are strong, there is no incentive to think outside the box.
Meghan Grabill, Ph.D.
Gardner thinks parking mothballed cruise ships would be only a small inconvenience and a revenue generator.
My practice when eating out is to order only things I would never go to the trouble to make for myself…
Sampling of fishermen at the 2020 Maine Fishermen's Forum.
To most of us under 30, the military industrial complex seemed to have brought the country both war abroad and devastation at home.