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Firefighting, A Maine Legacy

Julie True Kingsley explores her family’s history and service with Firefighting Departments in Maine.

By Julie True Kingsley | July 30, 2015
Fishing New England

I read someplace that the definition of a fisherman is “a jerk at one end of a line waiting for a jerk at the other.”

By Michael F. Bisceglia, Jr. | October 21, 2014
The Other Maine

Saint Agatha, Life from the Water

When the seasons change in Northern Maine, you notice it.

By Alex Seise | November 12, 2012
The Other Maine

Hot on the Trail

There's a distinct odd charm to living in a place where summer is so short that it is measured in weeks rather than months.

By Alex Seise | August 29, 2012
Sebago Lake, Maine

Maine's Deepest Pool and Home to Record-Breaking Fish

Don Perkins fulfills a long held ambition to build his own boat to sail on Sebago Lake.

By Don Perkins | August 17, 2012
The Intriguing World of Fairy Houses

Harpswell, Maine

Fairies have been held in high esteem in folklore for many, many years, but have you ever thought about where they reside?

By Judy Soper | July 27, 2012
The Other Maine

Après la Vie

Last summer, one of my friends here in Madawaska brought over a bowl filled with water and rose blossoms. The aroma was undeniably floral, and as I thanked her for the beautiful surprise, I told her...

By Alex Seise | July 09, 2012
The Other Maine

Working the Earth

The first time David and I browsed online real estate listings for Northern Maine, we looked at each other and mouthed the same question: where, pray tell, are all the gardens?

By Alex Seise | May 29, 2012
The Other Maine

Wagging Tongues

A wise, old saying about gossip goes something like, “Who brings a tale takes two away.”

By Alex Seise | April 27, 2012



The Pine Tree State with its rocky coastline, rolling mountains and heavily forested interior, is well known for its scenic beauty, and the hardiness and independence of its people. Maine is the number one exporter of blueberries, and is also known for shipbuilding and agriculture.

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In our first monthly column on the Naval Submarine Base New London, or SUBASE, ONE looks at the history and development of the world’s first submarine base. In our first monthly column on the Naval Su

By H. ‘高學勤’ < “Test” „Autor“ #"2' (\~/) | September 15, 2020
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