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.
Menlo Park, CA — New Facebook data given to Maine’s Labor Department shows a surprising new industry emerging in the state. Continue reading “Facebook Data Reveals Maine’s Fastest Growing Industry Is ‘Self-Employed and Loving It’”
Fort Kent — A team of archaeologists studying ancient structures in Maine has made an astonishing discovery.
Continue reading “Archaeologists Uncover Evidence of a Forgotten Floor in Maine Man’s Truck”
Farmington — The Maine Council of Grandfathers called an emergency session for the first time in over a decade to discuss these kids and their computers.
Rockland — If you look across Penobscot Bay today, you might notice a little something different just off Vinalhaven.
Augusta — A committee of concerned scientists, engineers, and law makers is looking to the future of transportation and asking if automated cars will still be able to put on a killer smoke show.