Where in Maine is this stately Federal?
Maine's new community colleges have filled an unseen void in the state's educational system - and succeeded wildly as a result.
Some very famous people have taught at Maine academies and colleges. Here are some notables, arranged chronologically.
Editorial opinions from across the state.
You know those totally bogus news stories in which a reporter builds an entire article out of some celebrity’s tenuous connection to Maine? Like a movie star who spent a summer vacation here once when she was a kid. Or a famous politician who was on a plane that stopped to refuel in Bangor. Or a well-known author who’s looking forward to visiting someday, although probably not in your lifetime.
I can’t stand that kind of wanna-be-Hollywood-and-slime journalism myself, but
It may seem from recent press coverage that the budget is the only show in town during the first session of the 124th Maine legislature, but a quick look at the bills already submitted to the legislature (the deadline for submission is rapidly approaching) shows there may be some other interesting discussions taking place in Augusta over the next few
Solar powered: It’s easy to dismiss the soon-to-launch Portland Daily Sun as a loopy miscalculation by idealistic journalism nerds oblivious to fiscal reality.
Portland’s news needs are already
Events not to miss this month.
Puppies are cute. Babies are cute (or so I’m told). Disney movies ooze cuteness from every pixel.
But I’ve never heard a state fair described as cute. Until now.
James Kopel, a retired college professor from Moline, Ill., thinks the Fryeburg Fair is “one of the cutest state fairs you’ve ever seen.”
Kopel has spent the past 11 years traveling to 41 official and 11 unofficial state
Layoff lowdown: Here’s the first sentence from a front-page, top-of-the-fold story in the Bangor Daily News of Dec. 24: “Contrary to some rumors, Cianbro’s Eastern Manufacturing Facility is not laying