News of Maine's Coast and Islands
This was more like it—a beautiful park next to a lake, a comfortable 60-something degrees…
To a Matinicus resident, Bajupa was more than just a way to move bait and lobster between the island and the mainland.
The students thrust the storage bin lid containing 37 or so wriggling worms into my arms.
Had ranked choice voting been an option, things would have been not just different, but more representative.
David Shipler, a former New York Times reporter, is the author of three books on civil liberties,
Mainlanders must dispel the idea of island communities as existing like museums in a glass case.
Jason and Josh Joyce, cousins and life-long island residents, have been two of the first to venture into oyster farming. Their families have been on Swan’s Island for eight generations...
We Americans love the idea of frontiers, which have played an outsized role in the national imagination.
Rob Snyder, Ph.D.
As it turns out, islanders are committed to cutting energy costs and consumption, as became apparent...