“DANGER” warns a sign wedged between a stuffed alligator’s teeth. A long brownish snakeskin also is on a long board at Perry’s Nut House on […]

It’s hard to miss The Whistling Buoy’s series of signs spelling out “FUDGE” in big, bold letters along Route 3 in Trenton. Reminiscent of the […]

Before Kathy Allen agreed to marry Bob Weldon, she had a catch: he had to move to Maine. Weldon, who had lived in Puerto Rico, […]

If you want to understand how sausage is made — or, in this case, how lobster is caught — look no further than the Bottom […]

In June, Buck Memorial Library threw itself a party. Bucksport’s library had reason to celebrate having steadfastly stayed open since the same time last year […]

Under the cover of night, tucked away in the enlisted men’s quarters, a raspy robot utters the word “poltergeist.” Utterance is heard clear as day […]

Gerry Monteux is not someone who particularly enjoys sitting still. But, when it comes to taking photos, the wildlife photographer could sit for a whole […]

A sparkling white clapboard, the Stonington Public Library stands out in downtown Stonington. Built in 1857, the building at 64 Main Street has a friendly […]

Peregrine falcons are territorial and defensive. The once nearly extinct birds will dive-bomb, screech at and even strike something that threatens them and their chicks. […]

When it’s busy at Gateway Lunt’s Lobster Pound, you can see smoke billowing from four hot, steaming cookers, all at once, beside the roadside restaurant […]