News of Maine's Coast and Islands
From hand-hauling lobster traps to selling more than 10 million pounds of bait annually, Jennie Bichrest knows the working waterfront inside out.
Issues facing the lobster industry surrounding access to bait could not have been planned for five years ago.
Rob Snyder, Ph.D.
Two members of The Dark Rose, a pirate club of sorts, which participates in pirate-themed events in places like Damariscotta, Eastport and Fort Knox in Prospect, tied the knot (forgive the pun) on June 30 in Rockport. Photos by Peach Frederick.
Gulf of Maine temperature trends and variability during the past 11,000 years will be the focus of a five-year study led by a University of Maine paleo-oceanographer
The biggest decision will be how to equitably and safely choose a way achieve a 50 percent reduction in vertical lines.
Susie Arnold, Ph.D.
Salinity would be low enough for it to be used for the production of some livestock…
John Worth is a salty guy. Saltwater may not run in his veins, but he certainly has spent a lot of time in, on, and around the sea.
More than 100 people gathered June 10 on Portland’s waterfront to cheer the christening and launch of the Friends of Casco Bay’s 26-foot pump-out boat
Over the course of the last 30 years, the Maine Supreme Judicial Court (also known as the Law Court) has issued a series of legal opinions about the extent of public rights in the intertidal zone.