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.
Orono — Biologists with the University of Maine released the results of an alarming new study, showing the population of one of Maine’s most beloved natural wonders is at a critical point. Continue reading “Conservationists Warn Maine Could be Down to as Few as 300 Classic Rock Stations”
Belfast — While the plastic shopping bag ban in this midcoast community is barely 6 weeks old, preliminary studies show it’s already having a positive effect.
Statewide — When it comes to native Maine cuisine, the first thing that comes to people’s minds is the simple, unassuming cheddar biscuit. Which makes the lack of Red Lobster restaurants in the state a little odd.
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.
Rockport — Janet and Robert Williams knew the risks when they left it all behind in Connecticut and decided to live off the grid. So when things got tough, they were prepared.
Camden — If saving the Earth were a competition, Gene and Jean Harrington would take home the top prize.
Augusta — More evidence of a possible 2018 gubernatorial run by Congresswoman Chellie Pingree has appeared, with neighbors reporting Pingree was seen at the Blaine House taking measurements and soil samples.
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’”
South Portland — When it comes to comfort food, Renaldo Altano’s Costoso Bistro is South Portland’s hottest new eatery.