In 1984, cocaine trafficking in Maine was considered an urban problem. But in the sticks of the midcoast, a loose cartel of freewheeling, twenty-something drug dealers was building an empire — until one of the state’s most elaborate and far-reaching undercover operations brought it all crashing down.
The ins, outs, and issues surrounding the new players in public education.
A switch to Atlantic Standard Time could brighten up Maine’s winter evenings.
A run on firewood in 2014 may be making for some smokeless chimneys this winter.
Portland Harbor’s Christmas parade is a brief — but brilliant — holiday celebration.
Just in time for the holidays, Portland’s municipal organist is reunited with his (50-ton) instrument.
He’s effective, controversial, and in demand. Meet the scientist-sharpshooter who eliminated Monhegan’s deer herd.
Think you’ve got Maine hunters pegged? One power-suited Portlander says think again.
When it comes to preserving Maine’s open spaces, a new report says quality should trump quantity. Click here to listen to Maine Public Broadcasting…
In this excerpt from his nostalgic new book Leave Some for Seed, artist and outdoor writer Tom Hennessey says deer camp was the perfect place to come of age.
October is the month for strange stories of the dead, and Maine has more than its share. We’ve dug up four of our favorites.
What is it about the horror genre that a movie can achieve immortality by being either excellent or unaccountably bad?