Castle Stonemark, Portland — The armies of the Portland city council were victorious in their defense of Castle Stonemark, ancient home of the kings and burial ground of dragons.
Camden — If saving the Earth were a competition, Gene and Jean Harrington would take home the top prize.
Scarborough — Guests of the town’s hottest new watering hole, Pört, are worried the business might have financially over-extended itself.
Greenville — A rare “tie-game” was called during the second half of a high school basketball game after the ball was unable to be retrieved by either team.
Statewide — Once a staple of Maine households, boiled dinners have suffered a tremendous falling out as more of the meal’s biggest fans die of old age.
Midcoast — A 27 year-old man who’s building his own home is presumed to come from money, according to sources.
Augusta — More evidence of a possible 2018 gubernatorial run by Congresswoman Chellie Pingree has appeared, with neighbors reporting Pingree was seen at the Blaine House taking measurements and soil samples.
Augusta — After an emergency session lasting well into the night, Maine lawmakers approved a new, official variant on the Maine flag. Continue reading “Legislature Introduces New Mossy Oak Maine Flag Variant”
Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan — Specialist Travis Kenneson, currently serving in Afghanistan, has given up trying to explain he didn’t grow up near Maine’s coast.
University of Maine — A stunning breakthrough by UMaine physicists revealed evidence pointing to a new, third Maine previously unknown to science.