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.
Limestone — Maine dad Raymond St Pierre issued a statement this morning regarding what he called “going a little too hard on the second helpings.”
Portland and Bangor — With the colder weather comes the need for Maine’s NBC-affiliate television news reporters to keep warm for the approach of Storm Center season.
Freeport — Mainers are leading the nation when it comes to fashion. If you’re wearing a plain old jacket this winter, we hate to tell you: you’ve been left behind.
Orono — Ecologists at the University of Maine detected the tell-tale signs of the final push for hibernating Celtics fans who may not have awoken over the last few seasons.
Portland — Portland’s city council and mayor are once again butting heads, this time over provisions for the mayor’s professional accouterments.
Standish — Jerry Thompson’s neighbors issued a formal statement about the Standish resident’s new truck.
Farmington — The Maine Council of Grandfathers called an emergency session for the first time in over a decade to discuss these kids and their computers.
Rockland — The Northern New England Passenger Rail Authority’s proposed return to Rockland means residents could leave the coastal community early in the morning and arrive in Boston just in time for a late supper.