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?
Will the state’s latest plan for Wiscasset solve a traffic nightmare or ruin a town?
A noted law professor argues it’s high time to overturn a controversial 1989 low-water mark in Maine judicial history.
Checking in with Maine’s “serendipitous” media mogul, Reade Brower.
When is a local landmark worth saving? In Brunswick and Topsham, the fate of the adored but dilapidated Green Bridge has residents at loggerheads.
A century ago, Waterville helped bail out a struggling Colby College. Can Colby return the favor?
As the game-changing Land for Maine’s Future program observes its 30th anniversary, the state’s land conservation scene is at a crossroads.
We asked George J. Mitchell, Maine’s Democratic U.S. senator from 1980 to 1995, for his thoughts on political rhetoric in 2016. He graciously complied.
How did the popular vacation-rental service become a hugely contentious issue in Maine?
Maine has spent decades trying to do right by the endangered Atlantic salmon. So how come our salmon runs are still paltry? The answer: it’s complicated.
Bicycling is on the rise, but a spate of road-rage incidents and accidents suggests that Maine is lagging when it comes to cultivating a bike-friendly culture.