But not before one final farewell run.
Kathryn Miles is a Down East contributing editor and the author of five books, including Trailed: One Woman's Quest to Solve the Shenandoah Murders.
The wildest thing about the Riverlands 100 isn’t the sleep deprivation or the epic blisters. It’s the folks the race brings together.
After the untimely death of its longtime owner, the famously fast lobsterboat motors back onto Maine’s racing circuit.
Mom-and-pop mountains have hit plenty of bumps. Will they get a lift from the pandemic this winter?
A coalition of dedicated scientists and high-profile chefs wants to get invasive green crabs out of Maine’s waters and into your belly.
Maine adopted Kenyan runner Moninda Marube as a symbol of human trafficking’s invisible casualties. But a close look at his case raises hard questions — and illustrates the challenge of investigating and prosecuting trafficking crimes. Is this man a victim?
And does it matter? A look at the red-listing of Maine’s iconic export — and the fallout.
In 1972, an unprecedented algae bloom wreaked havoc on fisheries and confounded ocean observers.
Maine's first-ever fatal shark attack jolted natives and visitors alike into acknowledging that great whites regularly swim off the state's shores — and that there’s plenty about them we don’t know.
Critics of the justice system’s reliance on familial DNA are looking to the trial of a Maine man, accused of a horrific crime, as a case that could change the status quo — with repercussions outside the courtroom.
Make a new canine friend in Maine and chances are high that she is from away, as our dog-crazy state is one of the most common destinations for southern rescue dogs. To understand why, Kathryn Miles joined a van full of Maine-bound mutts.
We checked in with five trail stewards, from all walks of life, who help make Maine’s 282 miles of trail a wilderness experience like no other.