Togolese chef Jordan Benissan brings people together with food at his bistro in Camden and through his passion for African drumming.
West Quoddy Head Light is the easternmost point in the United States where visitors can see the majestic first light of day.
Snowstorms are a way of life in Maine. Clearing the streets before dawn requires a massive effort. Hop on board with Portland’s plow team road warriors to see how it’s done.
A pastor and his wife, both suffering from COVID-19, were together through the final moments of a half-century marriage because of the efforts of a loving doctor and a do-what-it-takes Houlton hospital.
In a time of astonishing goodwill and soul-crushing loss, ordinary Mainers have done extraordinary things to help others get through the pandemic.
The Norton family’s dazzling Christmas light show draws a nightly throng of sightseers to their Wells home. But there’s more than spectacle at the heart of Norton Lights – since 2009, the displays have collected more than $90,000 in donations for Make-A-Wish Maine.
Photographer C E Morse, whose work has been exhibited across the United States and internationally, demonstrates how he finds and creates his abstract compositions in a shooting session at an auto salvage yard in Oxford.
As the coronavirus pandemic relentlessly continues, producer Roger McCord documents his experience with a 14-day quarantine mandate — and one version of how to deal with isolation.
Travis Roy, who died Oct. 29, spent his final 25 years as a quadriplegic because of a hockey injury, but never lost the joy of life or the selfless attitude that made him an inspiration to so many.
He could be blunt, he could be forceful, but the man who owned Oxford Plains Speedway and New Hampshire Motor Speedway also left memories of a Secret Santa whose generosity knew no bounds.
Help us expand our in-depth and enterprise reporting.
SEND US A TIP
Many of our stories have been based on tips from readers.