From its industrial roots as a 19th century shipbuilding town and the home to chicken, sardine and potato-processing plants in the 1950s, Belfast over the past decade is flourishing in a new phase: that of a hip, thriving and creative coastal community.
Sixteen years ago this summer, Lance Meadows came to Maine to work on a schooner. A native of the Midwest — “I grew up in […]
Within a short stroll’s distance from the intersection of High and Main streets in the heart of downtown Belfast, visitors are likely to find almost […]
Many things have changed in the nearly 90 years since Perry’s Nut House first opened its doors on Route 1 in Belfast.