News of Maine's Coast and Islands
News and views on the places we cover: Maine's island and remote coastal communities.
Many of the buildings are “coming to the end of their useful life.”
The volunteers of the Community Housing Improvement Project, or CHIP, an ecumenical non-profit, perform tangible acts of kindness for the vulnerable and poor
The network will strive to offer customers with internet, television, voice services, and fulfill an increasing demand for telehealth services.
Kendra Jo Grindle
There is camaraderie in shared experience, even if it is just being fed-up with the lack of sun.
Vinalhaven’s night life will get a little more vibrant beginning in late May with the opening of Kris Davidson’s speakeasy, Skål.
The much-anticipated Fore Points Marina on Portland’s East End opened for vessel docking in May.
The state’s hospitality industry employs nearly 86,000 people during the summer…
In late 2017, the ferry service initiated consideration of fare hikes because the highway fund, which also pays for much of the road and bridge work in Maine, was providing more than half of the ferry service costs.
Between 1997 and 2017, there were nearly 5,000 reported cases of food poisoning in Maine and none of them attributable to local farms and producers.