News of Maine's Coast and Islands
After Readers Digest published Rich’s short piece about Corea, giving summer refuge to a writer from away didn’t sit well with some of the locals.
“Our people don’t have a word for adaptation. It’s just what we’ve always done.”
There is camaraderie in shared experience, even if it is just being fed-up with the lack of sun.
In 1687, a treasure hunter from Woolwich received the highest honors from the king of England.
Two of the most popular activities during island winters are indoor basketball and volleyball.
Vinalhaven’s night life will get a little more vibrant beginning in late May with the opening of Kris Davidson’s speakeasy, Skål.
Power-generating technology piloted in Washington County will soon provide a commercial source of electricity in Alaska.
It’s not uncommon for people to sharply disagree about what is being shown…
The state’s hospitality industry employs nearly 86,000 people during the summer…