News of Maine's Coast and Islands
Jacquelyn Gill stood entranced inside a permafrost cave in Siberia. Woolly mammoth tusks protruded through glistening walls. A lion cub, dead for 30,000 or more years, appeared as if it was napping.
The Penobscot Marine Museum has rehoused and cataloged four collections documenting quintessential 19th and 20th century Maine industries...
Principal Ken Spinney considers personal learning plans to be part of educational best practice…
The event included an informal conversation between Hannah Pingree, who had just been appointed to a new role in Gov. Janet Mills’ administration, focusing on innovation, and Island Institute president Rob Snyder.
The Maine Seacoast Mission has announced that John Zavodny, Ph.D., will be its new president beginning on Feb. 19.
The true nature of island life was on display on the last day of the tournament when, due to inclement weather, the Washington Island Bucks were not able to fly back home.
Penrose and her friends used sticks and brushes to scrape dirt from the wing-like vertebrae.
My first draft of this piece was terrible. I wrote a nondescript, short essay about projects I was working on...
Losing Kristin brings into clear focus how heavy a weight is placed on teachers today.