News of Maine's Coast and Islands
Maine State Ferry Service also considering hybrid vessels
Pandemic, right whale court cases, and trade wars bring hard times
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Cranberry Isles chef brings world of experience to café and cookbook
Project yields unexpected harvest of learning and food
“They embraced me when I got here. It’s peaceful and the view is astonishing.”
I have grilled or broiled, depending on my mood and the weather, fluffier heads of lettuce…
“Every student had to learn how to grow all of their crops from start to finish…”
I watched as the winch wound the cable up and the cabinet swung out over the still water.
In April, the numbers showed restaurants down 58 percent and hotels down 80 percent.
I recently worked in an island school for two years as an ed tech in special education, in a town that I care about deeply and have close personal ties to. There were instances where I was stunned by how histories...
I’ve managed to get some fair crops of tomatoes, green beans, turnips, and squash, with other vegetables making guest appearances...
Nature doesn’t actually ask much of us to get back into a good relationship with her.