Westbrook — Breidynn Smith loves to draw cars. He loves them so much, it’s almost an obsession. But since he’s only five years old, it’s not cause for alarm. In fact, he’s pretty typical for his age. Continue reading “Meet the 5 Year-old Boy Whose Simple Car Drawing Is Now Maine’s Most Popular Subaru”
Belfast — Waldo and Knox County authorities announced they’ll no longer search for a man who went missing inside his expensive scarf on his way to a wine tasting in Rockport.
Fort Kent — A team of archaeologists studying ancient structures in Maine has made an astonishing discovery.
Continue reading “Archaeologists Uncover Evidence of a Forgotten Floor in Maine Man’s Truck”
East Millinocket — A former mill worker busted a myth comparing the smell of paper mills with the smell of money.
Augusta — Political scientists warn Maine is reaching peak candidateship, estimating 1 in every 1 Mainer will announce their candidacy for governor in the next few months.
Patten — A Canadian mining company is proudly displaying its “Best Places in Maine to Work” banner after completing, and paying for, a Maine-based survey.
Augusta– Lawmakers introduced a new attempt at hammering out Maine’s retail marijuana regulations. Among the new proposals is a section giving people who own reptiles a leg-up in the licensing process.
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Augusta — Maine’s famous Uncle Henry’s swap or sell it guide put the final wraps on its much anticipated annual swim suit issue.
Statewide — While it’s still legal for hunters to bag deer with bow or black powder, Maine’s poaching community is already gearing up for a banner poaching season. Continue reading “Outdoorsman Welcome the Official Start of Maine’s Poaching Season”
Rockland — One local marina couldn’t put together a suitable gazebo for yachtsmen docked at its facility, so this local community, as well as members of every tax-paying community in the US, banded together it to give it $1 million.