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.
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.
Belfast — In a first-of-its-kind move for Maine, Belfast has a concrete plan to eliminate poverty.
Camden — After passing through downtown Camden in a truck flying a confederate flag, onlookers agreed driver Kevin Look is probably misinformed and should be given an unsolicited history lesson at the first opportunity.
Rockland — If you look across Penobscot Bay today, you might notice a little something different just off Vinalhaven.
Rockland — Newspaper owner Reade Brower is celebrating the latest addition to his growing Maine news empire.
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada — Old Dutch Foods, owner of Humpty Dumpty snacks, is giving Mainers exactly what they want with its new Allen’s Coffee Flavored Brandy potato chips.
Washington, D.C. — In spite of being blocked by the 45th president on Twitter, Stephen King still won’t give Donald Trump a break.
Lamoine — The Maine Marine Patrol office seized a partially filled rocker of illegally harvested clams this morning, with an estimated street value of $21.75, according to a press release.