Before she was a widely-traveled leader in indigenous education, Marie Battiste was an Aroostook County girl.
With help from AARP, Mainers are building the supports they need to thrive in their own communities for life.
Oprah eats a lobster roll, a retired fire chief fights foxes, and more.
What are Aroostook County values, and why should they matter to the rest of us? We asked Kathryn Olmstead, a founding editor of Echoes magazine, who’s spent her career chronicling what sets the County apart.
In tiny Smyrna, the Amish-owned Pioneer Place carries (almost) everything you need.
A drifting deer, a 120-pound moon rock, and more.
The recently retired newsman has been (almost) everywhere.
A sweet deal awaits an Eliot home buyer, pigs eat school lunches, and more.
The Portland Ballet director loves waiting in the wings.
A fishing village grapples with beauty, community, and authenticity in the Instagram era.
For the 900 or so year-round residents of Peaks Island, winter is a time to embrace the quiet, the cold, and the community.
The easternmost village on the U.S. Atlantic coast charts a course through tradition and change, natives and newcomers, nature’s beauty and nature’s fury.