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Seafood industry boosters hosted Oct. 4 candidate event in Rockland
New report says economy could stagnate without more workers
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North Haven succeeds in establishing the Southern Harbor Eldercare home
Rob Snyder, Ph.D.
Should it focus on community or spirituality?
Mainlanders must dispel the idea of island communities as existing like museums in a glass case.
“The night before they check out, they book for the next year.”—Jerry Dougherty of the Bar Harbor Inn
Two-thirds of the planet’s surface is covered by oceans, and half of that is outside the jurisdiction of national governments. So much of those high seas have yet to be explored...
Jason and Josh Joyce, cousins and life-long island residents, have been two of the first to venture into oyster farming. Their families have been on Swan’s Island for eight generations...
One contrast drawn among among the candidates came in response to a question about offshore wind turbines.
We Americans love the idea of frontiers, which have played an outsized role in the national imagination.
As it turns out, islanders are committed to cutting energy costs and consumption, as became apparent...
Canning began in the early 19thcentury, thanks to a French scientist’s discovery of food sterilization techniques.