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.
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.
“All of us look bad when the expectations placed on us outstrip our skills.”—Ross Greene