A new weir-and-ladder fishway designed to help alewives make it through a narrow culvert to Patten Pond nears completion.
A proposed and approved 80-foot cell tower on a South Street property is now under appeal, after four residents filed suit in Maine Superior Court on September 28.
One-hand sailing, from a Sunfish to crossing the Atlantic
Scott Miller sails solo to England and back
Seventeen days spent sailing across the Atlantic ocean alone. Sound scary? Romantic? How about rather dull?
Scott Miller, who served as captain and crew on his J-122 sailboat on ...
Selectmen move for meeting with brewery and neighbors
Septic system ‘a local issue,’ state inspector says
As resistance, and rhetoric, grow between a Rope Ferry Road nano-brewery and its neighbors, selectmen move to try to bring both sides to the table in a facilitated meeting, after ...
The Island & The Peninsula
Statewide school test results questionable
Journalism scholarships awarded
Nygren out of jail as theft investigation continues
Bail dropped to $10K
Steve Nygren, chief financial officer of the Brooklin Boat Yard charged with felony counts of forgery and theft by unauthorized taking, posted $10,000 cash bail one week after his arrest.