Cutler — In spite of the rising waters flooding tidal ecosystems with vital nutrients, one clam is unable to shake its ennui. Continue reading “High Tide Not Helping This Clam’s Seasonal Affective Disorder”
Statewide — Walmart’s across the nation are famous for their friendly staff, but it seems like no matter where you go, there are never enough check-outs open. Continue reading “Customer Service Win! Walmart Is Adding Extra Cashiers to Keep Up With New Gun Sales”
Lewiston — A recent image shared to social media platform Facebook is suspected of being originally intended for Michigan and not Maine. Continue reading “Maine Weather Facebook Meme Clearly Stolen From Michigan”
Augusta — In these hyper-partisan times, having both parties see eye to eye is rare. But when it comes to representing the most extreme and one-dimensional stereotypes about their parties, Maine’s lawmakers find common ground.
Mt. View, CA — The Unicode Consortium, the body behind standardized emojis, has righted what many Mainers saw as a wrong with the newly announced lobster emoji.
Machias — Beverly Beal still remembers the first time she came to Machias in 1983, when she was only 5 years old. Continue reading “Machias Woman Born in Maryland Celebrates 35th Year of Being From Away”
Freeport — Now that LL Bean is finally able to keep up with production of the winter’s hottest boots, the company is looking to strike gold again with its latest, super-long front lady’s jeans. Continue reading “LL Bean Introduces New Extra-Long-Front Jeans”
Orono — Biologists with the University of Maine released the results of an alarming new study, showing the population of one of Maine’s most beloved natural wonders is at a critical point. Continue reading “Conservationists Warn Maine Could be Down to as Few as 300 Classic Rock Stations”
Augusta — Lawmakers worked late into the holiday weekend to undo Maine’s ranked-choice voter initiative once and for all. Continue reading “Ranked-Choice Overturned in Favor of Hunger Games-Style Battle Royale for Governor”
Stueben — Gerald Fornier is the first to tell you he’s a huge stock car racing fan, which is why his search for a fitting vanity plate has caused him so much anguish.