North By East
After a kidnapping, Jackman’s highway “patrolman” is back on duty.
The entrepreneurial success of the “Hermit of the Maine Desert” shows a longtime fascination with recluses in the Pine Tree State.
Christopher Knight ran into the woods of Rome, Maine, in 1986, set up camp, and didn't leave for twenty-seven years. He had only one brief interaction with another human during that time and committed more than 1,000 burglaries in order to feed and clothe himself. He was finally caught on April 4 stealing from Pine Tree Camp.
An artist transforms a Manhattan park with 1.4 million feet of recycled lobstering line.
The town of Byron recoils at a bid to require every household to own a gun.
How Maine became synonymous with 'the way life should be.'
A 1954 Corvette with a Maine mystique goes on the auction block.
The enduring popularity of Maine roadside springs
Fake newspaper headlines using Maine towns.
A prom dress giveaway ensures an enchanted evening for hundreds of Maine girls.