In their heyday, dozens of steamboats plied Maine’s largest lake. Soon, though, the Great Depression and the age of the automobile took their tolls, and as steamboats grew obsolete, they were scuttled or simply allowed to sink at mooring.
A sudden paucity of waitstaff, hosts, and housekeepers has Maine’s hospitality industry feeling the heat this year.
Opinions, advisories, and musings from the length and breadth of Maine.
As the game-changing Land for Maine’s Future program observes its 30th anniversary, the state’s land conservation scene is at a crossroads.
In 2009, after years of dam removals and fishway constructions, alewives swam through Benton en masse for the first time in two centuries.
A University of Southern Maine professor’s unlikely new opera takes a run at a pioneering black baseball legend.
Maine’s hardest-working rapper levels up on your smartphone or tablet.
A hundred years ago this month, the U.S. entered World War I. As young men left Maine for the front, women took key industrial jobs.
Check out a few remarkable stats about the organization Friends of Acadia, and the work it does, from shores to summits.
Tara Regan is the first woman to run both MDI boatyards for the Hinckley Company — which counts Martha Stewart among its fans.
How an unassuming Maine homebuilder became a reality TV star.
Can an Iraqi immigrant build community with a newspaper?