News of Maine's Coast and Islands
You see your friends there and can indulge in sharp-elbowed competition for strawberries, pies, or eggs…
Compiled by Tom Groening
My spring to-do list emerges as the snow and ice retreat in my yard this time of year. Gone are the excuses that sub-freezing air and snow cover provided for my home- and yard-improvement projects.
We deserve a clear and detailed explanation of the need for a new boat.
In the middle of winter, on a tiny island off the coast of Maine, I don’t think there’s a much better feeling than standing next to a wood stove, absorbing all the warmth I want.
We hung out with the headlining band, Beach Trash, while their singer got into full drag.
I was told that meeting at the ferry landing was a common pastime on island, especially for the old timers, and I immediately knew that this was a tradition I would be happy to participate in...
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.
I went back to the island to share the scary news and a hug with Elaine…