News of Maine's Coast and Islands
Perhaps a little bit of Islesford will thrive on Islesboro and North Haven.
This month, we sought reader thoughts on affordable housing, asking on The Working Waterfront’s Facebook page: Has your town already been priced out...
There were hugs, handshakes, and smiles as parents, siblings, and girlfriends joined Maine Maritime Academy students aboard the training ship State of Maine in Searsport on July 30.
While covering the Vietnam War, Dudman and two other journalists were ambushed in Cambodia. To help reassure a younger, very frightened colleague, Dudman said: “If we get out of this alive, we’ll have one hell of a good story.”
I began traveling the roads on the western side I hadn’t been down just to see if I could catch the sunset from a new angle.
There is a new player on the block, fouling the coast, the Gulf of Maine, and the wild things within.
“Our goal is to give kids an education that will literally change their lives,” said Peter Harris, president of the Herring Gut Learning Center's board of directors.
Bureaucrats, academics, and advocates develop talking points, position papers, and policies to address the problems of our coast. Galen Koch has chosen a different approach.
I grow some strawberries, usually enough for strawberry shortcake at least once...