This turn-of-the-20th-century bridge bears the names of two of the region’s pioneering families.
Today, both the hunt and lottery are widely embraced traditions.
Before he was Maine's greatest benefactor, Percival Baxter was just another nature-loving politico huffing and puffing up Katahdin.
Last month's auction of a former retreat center felt like an epilogue to an era of corporate largesse.
Straddling the Kennebec, the midcoast communities of Phippsburg and Georgetown embody the best of Maine’s sylvan, scenic, seagoing character.
Four questions for author and tattoo artist Phuc Tran about the most conspicuous manifestations of Maine pride.