Each month, Down East editors select our favorite response to “Where in Maine?” Here is our favorite letter from December’s photo of Camden Harbor.
The story of Victor Stanley’s childhood reads like the beginning of a Steinbeck novel, but it’s all true.
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.
For University of Maine paleoecologist Dr. Jacquelyn Gill, Acadia National Park has always been as much a research destination as a respite.
The Maine Department of Transportation is responsible for snow removal on just 18 percent of roads in the state — county and local governments handle most of the rest — but their salting stats are mind-melting.
A hearty winter salad with tangy homemade dressing.
At Rockland’s new Italian restaurant, twirling is for spaghetti and for dancing.
A Belfast home brimming with art, curios, and color.
Taking over a long-running Christmas tree farm is a daunting affair, but as a generation of Maine’s tree farmers ages out, new growers like Sangerville’s Abbey Bray are stepping in to make the fir fly.
Why are Portsmouth restaurateurs crossing state lines?
A line of clothing and learning toys for deaf children is born out of a couple’s efforts to help their son.
“As you get older, those seasons accelerate, arriving and departing like houseguests — hardly time to clean up after one before the next one is on the doorstep.”