This dog is not a bear. Plus, why is this Maine officer driving around in a cruiser with Massachusetts plates?
Straddling the Kennebec, the midcoast communities of Phippsburg and Georgetown embody the best of Maine’s sylvan, scenic, seagoing character.
Eastport tried for years to lure mega cruise ships. Then, amid a global pandemic, it got one, along with a skeleton crew of coronavirus exiles.
For a rootless descendant of some of Maine’s earliest settlers, solace is a quiet shore on a secluded tidal bay.
Big fish stories, iconic chocolate bars, and more.
Our departing editor loves a little-visited Acadia Beach.
A 42-year-old parking ticket finally gets paid, a black bear swims to Vinalhaven, and more.
Maine’s first governor's favorite place is this Gothic Revival lodge in Bath.
Reason #121 in our "200 Reasons to Love Maine" special bicentennial issue.
In a small Maine town, the call-in radio swap-show is a way of knowing your neighbors.
The American Ninja Warrior champ on Augusta's Three-Cornered Pond
Local police pull a prank, Mainers populate outer space, and more.