Seventy-five years after the end of World War II, a decorated Army medic and Penobscot elder is keeping his history alive.
Margaret Chase Smith was a bipartisan hero — until suddenly she wasn't.
A new collection of E. B. White letters helps shed light on another classic Maine writer.
A story from our April 1970 issue, by Esther E. Wood
How Scott and Helen Nearing's Living the Good Life shaped a generation.
How a basketball team made up of the children of immigrants stunned sports fans.
Maine's Young Magic Realist
From our February 1980 issue: Invited to rescind the returnable bottle law by out-of-state interests, the Maine voter said ‘No thank you,’ by a six-to-one margin. An evaluation of the increasingly independent and conservation minded voters of the State of Maine.
A retro sled is a thing of beauty, and winter isn’t over until a couple dozen take to the track at Aroostook County's Mega Meltdown vintage sled race.
How a quasi-war with Canada made our state what it is today — and helped secure a lasting peace at the border.
In Allagash, a woodsman shows off his cutting-edge collection.
Dwayne Tomah hopes the wax-cylinder audio can help revive his tribe's language.