Fryeburg — In an unprecedented move for a US spring water company, Nestle Waters North America is putting the final power crystal into its water harvesting weapon.
Limestone — Officials with the Maine Department of Environmental Protection are closing the books on their work in Limestone over the past two decades. Continue reading “Over 20 Years After Phish Festival, Limestone Finally Smells Normal Again”
Millinocket — Artificial intelligence entity Mark Zuckerberg is back in Maine, re-visiting the same people and locations as the last time he made the trip. Continue reading “Facebook Founder Returns to Maine for More Practice Acting Human”
Mt. View, CA — The Unicode Consortium, the body behind standardized emojis, has righted what many Mainers saw as a wrong with the newly announced lobster emoji.
Matinicus — Maine’s top experts on marijuana and its derivative products warn the mythical tub of contraband hashish that washed ashore in 1995 is almost depleted.
Gulf of Maine — Alarming preliminary results from a new study commissioned by federal scientist shows Maine lobsters are moving further east, as lobster from places like New York and Connecticut take over southern waters.
Portland — Maine’s largest city couldn’t escape the wrath of yesterday’s winter storm, but thankfully it was able to make it through the ordeal by passing a ban on synthetic pesticides.
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.
Camden — If saving the Earth were a competition, Gene and Jean Harrington would take home the top prize.
University of Maine — A stunning breakthrough by UMaine physicists revealed evidence pointing to a new, third Maine previously unknown to science.