Augusta — State officials announced the annual terrorist hunting lottery in Maine will once again issue permits for all applicants.
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.
Cutler — In spite of the rising waters flooding tidal ecosystems with vital nutrients, one clam is unable to shake its ennui. Continue reading “High Tide Not Helping This Clam’s Seasonal Affective Disorder”
Rangeley — When Raymond Nuttall wants to look presentable, he knows his daily-wear snowmobile jacket just isn’t going to cut it.
Skowhegan — Local dad Shawn Howard, who woke up too damn late for this crap, was overheard by sources familiar with the matter taking issue with Fisher snowplows.
Bath — Just when Maine’s weather looked like it was making a turn for the warmer, fresh snow arrived and covered up Russell Jackson’s Halloween Jack o’ Lantern once again. Continue reading “New Snowfall Delays Jack o’ Lantern Removal Once Again”
Statewide — Emergency rooms around the state are normally filled with patients suffering from the flu or from injuries related to snow mobiling, but this year’s cold snap is bringing patients in with an age-old problem.
Augusta — After an emergency session lasting well into the night, Maine lawmakers approved a new, official variant on the Maine flag. Continue reading “Legislature Introduces New Mossy Oak Maine Flag Variant”
Appleton — For many, the first significant snowfall of the year brings with it the inconvenience of shoveling snow, but for one couple, the snowfall rescued them from having to suffer warm beer.
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.