Thanks to a unique partnership, the small-city paper made a big-time projection.
At the heart of the public debate over the proposed power-transmission project known as the New England Clean Energy Connect is a remote swath of woods, mountains, and streams that 53 miles of newly cut corridor would cleave.
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.
Last month's auction of a former retreat center felt like an epilogue to an era of corporate largesse.
Fourteen fun facts about the state’s lauded, multilingual, song-quoting CDC director.
Portland’s Mufalo Chitam draws on her own experience to help the state’s newest residents rebuild their lives.
Animal lover Kendra Hubbard nabs kitties to control the midcoast’s feral populations.
Love ’em or hate ’em, floating resorts are bringing boatloads of day-trippers to your favorite Maine towns.
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.
For many seniors on Maine’s islands, the prospect of settling into a mainland care home is disquieting. The alternative requires a whole community’s investment.
A year-and-a-half ago, Maine’s landmark food-sovereignty law empowered towns to regulate their own dairy/pickle/poultry trade. So how is it changing the way farming communities do business?
On the governor's lifelong love of verse.