News of Maine's Coast and Islands
The players—3rd graders through 8th graders—were working the crowd.
A survey aimed at residents of Maine’s 15 unbridged, year-round island communities reveals deep concern about ticks and the diseases they carry, such as Lyme disease.
The voice in these poems brings to mind poets Frank O’Hara and James Schuyler, masters at transforming daily goings-on into engaging verse.
A circus arts school recently formed in Biddeford will bring classes to the coast this summer.
“One of the services people have come to expect is broadband.”
Media, Economic Development
What does March offer? No national holiday and we get St. Patrick’s Day instead and green beer.
These girls are a remarkable bunch. They instinctively hand off real time leadership from one to the other…
We have heard that having access to patient, flexible capital is essential for their community-focused businesses to work.
Islesford’s Ashley Bryan, the author and artist whose books, illustrations and paintings have reached world-wide audiences, was honored this month for his latest children’s book Freedom Over Me: Eleven Slaves, Their Lives and Dreams Brought to Life.