East Millinocket– One of Maine’s most famous off-the-grid landmarks was torn down to make way for a new gun shop, but that doesn’t mean fans of the establishment didn’t get one last thrill.
Jackman — The class of 2001 senior trip to Cancun, Mexico, is still looked upon fondly by members of that year’s graduating class.
Portland — Following allegations of misconduct by former publisher and founder of Maine Magazine, organic farms and wineries across Maine are scrambling to not pay to be featured in an upcoming issue.
Statewide — With the weather finally showing promise of spring, Mainers across the state are putting away their snow shovels and getting their spring-cleaning tools ready.
Portland — The Mormon Church has had a presence in Maine since the 1800s, but it wasn’t until the 1950s when the first official church was dedicated in Portland.
Belfast — The Pampered Pup, a store specializing in handmade soaps for dogs, wants people to know all are welcome inside.
Seattle — Former Maine resident Julie Pelletier remembers B&M brown bread fondly, but she doesn’t look fondly on having to talk about with everyone who finds out she’s from Maine.
Orono– A new study shows Maine’s Baby Boomers leading the state in high praise for Maine Baby Boomers.
Stueben — A quick fix meant to keep the cold out in 1988 has now become a permanent repair.
Portland — Not only does a super-buggy bake-up leave a literal mark, or ideally, two, it’s now protected under Maine’s right to free speech.