News of Maine's Coast and Islands
“If the spreadsheet is all you care about, you’re going to be unhappy in Maine.”
“At the end of the day, the important question is, will fishermen use it?”
Compiled by Tom Groening
My spring to-do list emerges as the snow and ice retreat in my yard this time of year. Gone are the excuses that sub-freezing air and snow cover provided for my home- and yard-improvement projects.
It may be time identify the towns that offer the best chance at attracting young transplants…
A quick, random survey of a half-dozen fishermen on their use of personal flotation devices, or PFDs, at the annual Maine Fishermen’s Forum in Rockport on March 1 led to a telling moment.
Atlantic herring, a small fish known to school in the several billions, is a favorite bait of the lobster industry. They’re easy to catch. Lobsters love to eat them. But...
We deserve a clear and detailed explanation of the need for a new boat.
Residents between ages 20 and 29 made up over 20 percent of the Portland’s population in 2017.
Five years and 15,000 miles later, the changing of the guard at Anderson Marine & Hardware in seaside Gouldsboro has so far been smooth sailing.