News of Maine's Coast and Islands
“The compromise was prioritizing marine uses, but allowing other uses to spur investment.”
One of the biggest lessons I learned as an Island Fellow is that it’s important to have a support system…
An independent study predicts that … a revenue-neutral carbon fee and dividend would decrease carbon emissions by 33 percent…
The summer girl in me still feels lucky to be the one standing on the dock, waving, as people crowd the mailboat…
We listened to Greg's music, catchy and wry and self-aware.
A fishery crisis of this magnitude, with a healthy population of the target species, is highly unusual…
Heather Deese, Ph.D.
The end of this summer marks the end of an era. After five years, Bill Trevaskis is stepping down from the position of programs director at Waterman’s Community Center.
Henry James famously wrote “Summer afternoon—summer afternoon; to me those have always been the two most beautiful words in the English language.”
Early in 1977, another new restaurant opened in the Old Port. This one on Middle Street had a tongue-in-cheek sign: “Carbur’s: Since 1977.” A tradition going all the way back to this year! Hilarious!