Maine’s Hottest Winter Trend Is Just a Sleeping Bag With Arm and Leg Holes Cut Into It

Freeport — Mainers are leading the nation when it comes to fashion. If you’re wearing a plain old jacket this winter, we hate to tell you: you’ve been left behind.

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Maine’s Council of Grandfathers Convenes to Discuss All These Screens

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.

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Weird: This Guy Rides a Bike to Work Even Though He’s Never Had an O.U.I.

South Berwick — One local resident has neighbors scratching their heads after it was discovered he rides a bike to work by choice, and not because he lost his license.

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Over 80% of Maine Fathers’ Affection Is Directed at Their Wood Piles

Orono — A new study commissioned by the University of Maine shows fathers overwhelmingly shower their wood piles with praise and admiration.

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Embarrassed Angus King Can’t Turn Eyes Back From Dollar Signs After Meeting With Defense Contractors

Washington, D.C. — Maine Senator Angus King is currently undergoing observation by the Attending Physician of the United States Congress after his dollar-sign eyes failed to return to normal.

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Trump Voters in Rural Maine Express Regret About Agreeing to Be Interviewed for This Story

Millinocket — We asked people in this predominantly Trump-voting part of Maine if they regret letting us ask them questions to cherry-pick quotes for this story, and the answers might surprise you.

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This Innovative Chef Took the Traditional Maine Baked Bean Supper and Made it Cost $85

South Portland — When it comes to comfort food, Renaldo Altano’s Costoso Bistro is South Portland’s hottest new eatery.

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Guy Flying Confederate Flag in Camden Probably Up for Reasonable Discussion

Camden — After passing through downtown Camden in a truck flying a confederate flag, onlookers agreed driver Kevin Look is probably misinformed and should be given an unsolicited history lesson at the first opportunity.

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Island Institute Completes Decades-Long Mission to Raise New Island From the Floor of Penobscot Bay

Rockland — If you look across Penobscot Bay today, you might notice a little something different just off Vinalhaven.

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