News of Maine's Coast and Islands
No two islands are quite alike, and this held true when Cliff Island was going through the community broadband process.
But we do not live by pickles alone. A solid collection of tomato sauce, or juice, which our neighbor Janis makes, plus canned peaches...
The fact that the name commemorates a massacre has passed from our collective memory…
In the mid-1980s, Curtis Webster, donated just about the sweetest little piece of waterfront…
We will have been forced to grapple with a deep accountability…
Rob Snyder, Ph.D.
“Do you have any interest in this food from my refrigerator?” It’s a common question for those of us who live here...
Stephanie Spera promises she won’t be bored by your old vacation photos, even if she doesn’t know any of the people in them. As long as those photos show Acadia National Park in autumn, she’s interested.
A landmark building from the 1890s and a historical society in need of a new home found each other on Swan’s Island.
The story, not the subject, has driven the coverage.