News of Maine's Coast and Islands
During that youthful period, we were applauding Ed Muskie and Margaret Chase Smith simultaneously.
In addition to countless private boats, charter lines bring across 50-60 guests at a time almost daily in the summer months.
Some of my best moments this year have been impossible—and perhaps more memorable because of it—for me to capture in a photo.
How long would Great Cranberry remain viable as a year-round community? Things looked bleak.
“Last time I checked, the lobsters don’t care. As long as you put in the effort, you can do it.”
In 1968, the year that saw assassinations, a violent party convention, and a far-off war claiming more and more lives, a young man “from away” arrives in an isolated Maine fishing village to take over the local newspaper.
“We have amazing things happening here, and a lot of them are driven by women, which is also great.”
After withstanding coastal Maine weather for almost 150 years, the Swan’s Island Lighthouse is getting a much-needed facelift.
Conversations about end-of-life decisions can be emotional, challenging, and are often avoided until a moment of crisis. But a group of health care providers on North Haven...