News of Maine's Coast and Islands
No one can doubt that our commercial fishing industry is now suffering from a variety of problems, some long in the making and others quite recent.
In the past few months, teachers all over the globe have seen their email inboxes flooded with educational resources for remote instruction.
We’ve seen, and maybe experienced first-hand, the conflict that comes when people have different ideas about safe public conduct in light of COVID-19.
Teachers here are looking for Maine-based resources that students can use regardless of internet access.
Mostel found the western coastline of Monhegan to be a sanctuary that met his needs: isolated, inexpensive, and hard to get to.
Living for a number of years now in rural western Maine with her husband, she is a strong supporter of the Second Amendment and gun ownership rights
Bar Harbor business owners, from restaurants and shops to hotels and vacation rentals, are reeling from an executive order by Gov. Janet Mills that effectively prohibits out-of-staters from traveling to Maine this summer.
For some fishermen, Maine’s aquaculture industry has been a thorny subject that includes concerns like navigational safety and environmental health.
We have learned that if a community is unwelcoming it may not matter how much effort goes into solving other problems…
Rob Snyder, Ph.D.