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.
Augusta — The induction committee for Maine’s Underage Drinking Hall of Fame announced two favorites from the 1990s are now eligible for consideration.
Lewiston — According to Baby Boomer Brian Plourde, the golden age of Maine passed us by over 40 years ago.
Medford — In spite of the promise of ‘excellent condition,’ a cache of adult video cassettes being offered in the Miscellaneous section of Uncle Henry’s Swap It or Sell It guide remain unsold. Continue reading “Report: Best Offer Still Not Made on Lot of 7,500 Adult VHS Cassettes in Uncle Henry’s”
Augusta — Findings released by the Maine Institute for Rural Driving are being heavily criticized for claiming seatbelts are over-rated.
Augusta — Wednesday’s winter storm is expected to be one for the records, according to a friend on Facebook who spends all day looking for the most apocalyptic weather models.
Houlton — In Aroostook County, tradition runs deep, and family heirlooms have a special significance extending beyond the importance normally ascribed to such items.
Fort Meade, MD — The National Security Agency believes it’s only a matter of time before it understands the message hidden on the license plate of Leslie Pelletier’s 2014 Chevy Equinox.
Millinocket — Artificial intelligence entity Mark Zuckerberg is back in Maine, re-visiting the same people and locations as the last time he made the trip. Continue reading “Facebook Founder Returns to Maine for More Practice Acting Human”
Appleton — Kevin Bouchard had his mind blown during a long block of only the best of today’s hardest rock and yesterday’s favorites when he realized WTOS’ call letters describe the location of its broadcast tower.