Statewide – A grassroots effort to bring back a retired potato chip flavor has succeeded beyond the wildest dreams of its initiator, Mark Beal.
Bangor – Danny Cummings is pulling out all the stops for his friend’s nuptials this weekend, getting his finest tie-dyed Grateful Dead shirt out of the closet in preparation of the event.
Belgrade – Stan and Liz Jones report they were “touched, but uncertain” about an invitation to dinner with a scheduled start time of 12:30 from their new neighbors.
Statewide – While much of the United States is in the grips of a heatwave, thousands of dads in Maine believe conditions are ideal for splitting and stacking wood.
Saco – Motorcyclist Chris Thompson was so discouraged after thinking about what might happen if he passed a homeowner spraying grass clippings into the road, he couldn’t wait to get home so he could let everyone know his displeasure.
Rockland – Guy, you know what I was thinking? We should grab a rack of Twisteds and spindle us up some of that skunky-bo-bunky kind-nug you got and go tear around up to Union or whatever.
Appleton – Simmer, the latest eatery to arise from Maine’s foodie movement, is getting poor reviews due to the fact much of the building’s structural components are hidden from view by finishing touches.
East Machias – Local dad Gerry Beal is demanding answers after learning his burn pile was unauthorized earlier today.
Limestone – After nearly seven years of formal service as fancy attire, James Tremblay will begin wearing his navy blue Washed Duck Carharrt pants to job sites.
Foxboro, MA – A new report from the Institute of Sports Research reveals some unsurprising statistics about Patriots fans in the state of Maine.