Hordes of visitors who descend on Ogunquit each summer want to leave their calling cards in the form of rock towers standing anywhere from 1 to 5 feet high.
A Down East fishing community weighs — yet again — whether to trust the Canadians with a beloved artifact. The original bell from steamship…
A public bathroom in Seal Harbor donated by John D. Rockefeller is in danger of falling to pieces.
Could milk from a moose become a staple of a healthy Maine diet?
Arthur T. Walden and his winning chinook sled dog celebrate after a 123-mile race in 1922.
Skiers and snowshoers find adventure and hospitality deep in the central Maine woods.
Four tips to lower your heating bill this winter.
In Maine, some homeless teens find their way to safety and hope at Bangor’s Shaw House.
Governor Paul LePage talks about being a homeless teen, the importance of mentors, and the value of work.
Scientists around the state are scrambling to save Maine’s bat population from a deadly fungus.
WCSH6’s 207 celebrates ten years on the air.
One of the most ambitious river restorations ever undertaken in the United States is happening on the Penobscot River.