Fryeburg — In an unprecedented move for a US spring water company, Nestle Waters North America is putting the final power crystal into its water harvesting weapon.
Limestone — Officials with the Maine Department of Environmental Protection are closing the books on their work in Limestone over the past two decades. Continue reading “Over 20 Years After Phish Festival, Limestone Finally Smells Normal Again”
Statewide– The traditional Irish-American celebration of St. Patrick’s Day came and went, and while everyone is Irish on St. Paddy’s day, everyone is also hungover this morning. Continue reading “Everyone in Maine Claiming ‘Irish’ Last Night Hungover This Morning”
Augusta — Maine celebrated its birthday on March 15, and much has changed since it joined the union in 1820.
South Portland — Everything old is new again at the hottest eatery in Maine, including abhorrent conditions that instantly transport any foodie back to a simpler, much filthier time.
Statewide — Central Maine Power lineman Jerry Robishaw has been working 18-20 hour shifts since the recent storms in Maine, but a new report says he hasn’t turned on your power specifically because he wants your ice cream to melt, sources say.
Orono — Linguists studying the distinct Maine dialect believe they’ve cataloged every possible swear word Mainers have for snow.
Portland — Maine, Too Magazine, stylized as “ME Too,” is being put on permanent hold without ever having made it to newsstands. Continue reading “Maine Media Collective Shelves Plan for Maine Magazine Sequel ‘ME Too’”
East Boothbay Harbor — Tom Whitmore knew Maine was where he wanted to be when he first sailed his boat along its rocky coast. Continue reading “This Person Fell So in Love With Maine, He Moved Here to Change Everything About It”
Penobscot River — March can sometimes make winter feel like it’s permanent, but biologists reported seeing one of the surest signs of summer during a routine check of the river.