In January the governor signed an agreement, balancing conservation with commerce, into law.
Unlike other camps for sick kids, a year-round retreat in Casco aims to address the impact on the entire family.
How did aboriginal Native Americans — the Wabanakis — feed themselves?
A Maine family built the vacation hone they'd always wanted — then put it to work.
Mary Knox Wells spent her childhood living among the prisoners of Waldo County.
The rush to find precious gems is back on in Maine.
Ever been to this Midcoast island that's seen its fair share of drama?
- Photography by: Dean Abramson
Editor in Chief Paul Doiron on Sears Island and the annual Down East Environmental Award.
Why is country and western Mainers' favorite music?
A lovely Maine beach draws some surprising national attention.
Now Maine fishermen are getting into the eat-local biz.
Every June, indoor gamers descend on South Portland.
Want to pick a fight with hunters? Mention coyotes.
Westbrook’s Casa Novéllo offers a respite for world-weary diners looking for filling food.
- Photography by: Hannah Welling
An unauthorized new biography fails to explain what makes the master of horror tick.
Maine-made wooden playhouses offer a new summer home — for tots.
The process took longer than planned, but restoring my father’s prized canoe was a final act of love.
A Biddeford Pool party was an opportunity to clown around in 1917.