Statewide — While lakes and ponds across the state are seeing an uptick in activity, wardens want fisherman to be aware of the dangers posed by exposure to freezing temperatures when it comes to beer.
Augusta — Governor Paul LePage took office as a heavyset man, but when he leaves office next year, he may be nothing more than a bag of bones.
Farmington — With temperatures plummeting, Tony Bunker is having second thoughts about going out in his usual winter attire of a pair of basketball shorts and sandals.
Lewiston — Candidates for the 2018 election still have months of campaigning, but one hopeful is acting like he’s already won the seat as Maine’s highest elected official.
Portland — After spending 48 hours in a small, coastal community, writer Thomas Snead is at a loss to find the exact words to encompass his preconceived notion of what the town should be.
Gardiner — Presents were unwrapped and dinner was enjoyed, and with Christmas behind us, Kevin Berry is unplugging his Christmas lights for the last time this year.
Toronto, Canada — While a horror movie seems an unlikely place for the Christmas spirit, the follow-up to last year’s IT cast a woman who does an authentic Maine accent, a first for Hollywood.
Route 27 — Dixmont native Don Adams’ beloved Maine Atlas and Gazetteer was unable to complete the trip from Dixmont to Eustis yesterday.
Brownville — Gabe Perkins makes frequent trips to visit his mother in Massachusetts, prompting his neighbors to gossip about his whereabouts almost constantly.
Belfast — City officials scrambled after they realized the negative vibes in city hall were the result of a forgotten cleansing ceremony. Continue reading “Huge Set-Back: No One Remembered to Burn Smudge Sticks at Belfast City Hall”