News of Maine's Coast and Islands
It was clear to those assembled that this was the end for the chicks. The raging current would carry them…
The book's main narrative turns on daily life in the shop, which comes through vividly in descriptions of the boatyard…
Instead of more pavement, the idea is to manage how people interact with the road and the town.
Would a private board, controlled by commercial airlines, be concerned about communities like ours?
Did you give the slightest thought to the possibility that what you were doing could lead to bringing down a hell on earth of pain and suffering on yourself and those who loved you?
Finkel concludes that Knight experienced regular, prolonged surges of adrenaline, a hormone meant to last short periods…
“The mussels I used to see in Back Cove three to four years ago are now gone. I don’t have an answer why.” —Peter Stocks
Heather Deese, Ph.D.
Susie Arnold, Ph.D.
Our organization is launching a project to support local leaders who want to ready their communities for future storms and floods…
Rob Snyder, Ph.D.
Sea lampreys are a particularly gruesome kind of parasite, latching their circle of teeth into the flesh of other fish and even humans.