At a unique camp in Bryant Pond, kids from all over Maine discover the real meaning of conservation. Image subjects: Maine Conservation School - campers outside Cranestone. Archery at the Maine Conservation School campers practicing survival skills at the Maine Conservation School marksmanship at the
Next to the rigid and rusint Carlton Bridge, the new span across the Kennebec looks like a grand modern sculpture. Image subjects: Bath Bridge under construction Location: Bath
The old Benjamin River Boatyard business is divided up by its two owners. Location: Brooklin
Impossible you say? Not if you know where to stay. Here is a list of inexpensive ideas for accomodations. Image subjects: inside thge Viking Motor Inn
As earnest Down East shoppers know, the place for bargain furnishings and unique novelities is the Maine State Prison Showroom. Image subjects: artistic rendition of items sold at the Prison Store in Thomaston Location: Thomaston
1940 photo of an old sawmill near Hiram. Image subjects: 1940 photo of old sawmill Location: Hiram
At the WoodenBoat School in Brooklin, you can learn to build 'em, sail 'em, or bail 'em - and you might lear a thing or two in the process.; Image subjects: Students working on boat female student at work planing lumber Student at work WoodenBoat's fleet of small boats Location: Brooklin
Civic celebrations of every stripe fill the warm-weather months - and these are just a few.
Times Record: Although the Androscoggin River Bike Path in Brunswick was a hit as soon as it was completed, other communities will find their share of opponents to similar plans.
Portland's livelist neighborhood marches into the next century with a new bounce in its step. Image subjects: Looking down at Exchange Street. Eric Cianchette at the Portland Regency hotel Peggy Golden's Greenhut Gallery Walter Loeman at Perfetto restaurant. Nancy Lawrence in her handbag and cloak emporium