News of Maine's Coast and Islands
We met a few times, and a member worked with the school board to un-gender our single-occupant bathrooms…
The middle of the deck is kind of a no-man’s land where everything mixes when the boat is full.
Exploration associated with drilling uses extremely loud seismic air gun blasts once every 10 seconds…
Reflections is a monthly column written by Island Fellows, recent college grads who do community service work on Maine islands and in remote coastal communities through the Island Institute, publisher of The Working Waterfront.
We crawled all over trying to find the source of this alarm that continued, undeterred, every 60 seconds.
Vacationland features true confessions, like backing a boat trailer behind a Jeep for the first time at a ramp in Brooklin…
We’re now seeing evidence of investor and banking activity, and consumer confidence, along the length of our coast.
And sure enough, it was—a friend from the summer community, instantly recognizable from his trademark hat and brindled dog.
Last year was disappointing for the lobster fishery, with many fishermen estimating their earnings down an estimated 20 percent to 30 percent compared with 2016.
Susie Arnold, Ph.D.