Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan — Specialist Travis Kenneson, currently serving in Afghanistan, has given up trying to explain he didn’t grow up near Maine’s coast.
Menlo Park, CA — New Facebook data given to Maine’s Labor Department shows a surprising new industry emerging in the state. Continue reading “Facebook Data Reveals Maine’s Fastest Growing Industry Is ‘Self-Employed and Loving It’”
Old Town — When Jerry Butler cleaned out his shed and put a sign in front of the pile in his dooryard, he had no idea he was working on a goal few small business owners realize: longevity.
Ellsworth — People in this Down East Maine community want to know why a car with New York plates is driving around at this time of year.
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.
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.
Limestone — Maine dad Raymond St Pierre issued a statement this morning regarding what he called “going a little too hard on the second helpings.”