Freeport — L.L. Bean is ending its famously generous return policy, no longer allowing lifetime returns on its products. Millionaire cheapskates stand to lose the most with this new policy.
Rumford — Albert “Peanut” Theriault doesn’t believe in labels. That’s why he shatters people’s preconceived notions as much as he claims he shatters people’s face with his fists.
Continue reading “Inspiring: This Rumford Man Is Only 5’4″ But He’ll Fight Anybody”
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.
Milo — Independent appraisers determined Kevin Osgood’s GMC Sierra pickup is entirely devoid of value, with one exception.
Portland — Out come the clippers and off goes Portland Mayor Ethan Strimling’s thick head of hair next Friday, all part of a friendly bet with Portland, PA mayor Lance Prator. Continue reading “Portland Mayor Has No Regrets About Pretending to be a Pats Fan for Attention”
Auburn — In an absolutely embarrassing turn of events at a social gathering last night, two young men arrived wearing the jersey of the same player. Continue reading “Fashion Faux Pas: Gentlemen Showed Up to Super Bowl Party Wearing the Same Player’s Jersey”
Portland — Founding member of the Eagles and successful solo artist Don Henley visited Maine and encountered an unusually high number of Deadhead stickers on expensive vehicles.
Syria — The Islamic State released a statement exclaiming to the world its part in the blizzard that brought down the historic brining shed early last month.
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.
Islesboro — Roy Macias is keeping the long tradition of oral history alive and well, telling anyone who’ll listen about the time he was on the team when they went to the state basketball tournament his freshman year. Continue reading “Modern Day Herodotus Talks About His 1987 Tournament Game at Every Opportunity”