Statewide — Some bad news for Maine’s lumber industry as chainsaws from all major manufacturers aren’t adjusting to the winter weather.
Detroit, MI — American automaker Chevrolet announced new improvements to its 2019 line-up of trucks aimed squarely at Mainers.
Wells Beach — Amateur ornithologist Darren Ackley was quickly silenced after explaining the term ‘seagull’ was not correct.
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.
Maine’s 2nd District — For those hoping for a quick and painless transition from winter into spring, it looks like you better not put those boots away quite yet.
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.