Detroit, MI — American automaker Chevrolet announced new improvements to its 2019 line-up of trucks aimed squarely at Mainers.
South Thomaston — Cade Pease is like most of the other kids in his 5th grade class: he loves Pokemon, Marvel’s Avengers, and naively believing there’s a future for him here in the midcoast.
Portland — Following allegations of misconduct by former publisher and founder of Maine Magazine, organic farms and wineries across Maine are scrambling to not pay to be featured in an upcoming issue.
Northfield — With summer rapidly approaching, many Mainers are spending their time preparing for camp. But one family’s cabin on Bog Lake is running behind schedule.
Ellsworth — Terry Beal, owner of Beal’s Used Automotive Center, doesn’t know if his business will be able to recover from its recent tragedy.
Portland — The Mormon Church has had a presence in Maine since the 1800s, but it wasn’t until the 1950s when the first official church was dedicated in Portland.
Portland — News Center Maine meteorologist Keith Carson hasn’t enjoyed a full night of sleep in weeks, but it not because of a newborn baby.
Scarborough — In response to increased pressure to encourage reusable bags, Hannaford is now offering a way for real Mainers to check out easily.
Statewide — Worries about the potential for the New England Confectionery Company to shutter its Revere, MA plant has Mainers scrambling to act like they enjoy its products.
Vinalhaven — A lobster with a blue shell is a rarity, with just one in a million of the crustaceans having the shade. For local beat reporters, it’s a cause for celebration.