News of Maine's Coast and Islands
I thought about what it must have felt like when electricity first became available on the islands.
I wrote some letters and notes by hand and put actual stamps on them; very pleasant.
As I’m writing this column, the sky is monochromatic and flat.
The press coverage of the event did not capture the sense of diplomacy I experienced.
Rob Snyder, Ph.D.
A potential new tool in the fight against tick-borne diseases is being developed by a Massachusetts Institute of Technology scientist and his team, but it, too is not without controversy and it may take a decade before it’s available.
If I were to limit myself to searching for friendships in my age group, I would eliminate 95 percent of the community.
The van had no space for a bathroom, of course, but it did have a chemical toilet.
Nantucket native remains islander
To the editor:
Emily Lane, president of Vinalhaven Kelp, Inc., leads a board of directors that requires 70 percent of the business shareholders to make their livelihood from some sort of fishing.