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Recent articles by Beth:

While many birds migrate, many will stick out the long cold winter

Bird expert Dan Gardoqui explains which birds stay put for Maine's winters, why and how humans can help. → Read More

Filmmakers explore the unsolved murder of an 18-year-old Kennebunk girl killed 43 years ago

Rik O'Neal has spent the last eight years working on a documentary about the unsolved murder of Kennebunk, Maine Mary Tanner who was murdered in 1978. → Read More

'Bond. James Bond.' A tale of two men, stolen identity, and a love of Maine

Bond. James Bond. The name of the most famous spy in literature was "stolen" from a well-known ornithologist who summered in Maine and loved Mound Desert Island. → Read More

Professor explores history of Irish immigrants in Maine in his first novel 'Murky Overhead'

Retired professor Michael Connolly used the pandemic to finish his first novel that follows a family of Irish immigrants living on Munjoy Hill in 1900. → Read More

Mainers lend a helping hand to British father walking 1,200 miles barefoot for his daughter

Chris Brannigan walked through Maine on his 1,200-mile barefoot trek to North Carolina. Along the way, Mainers gave him food and shelter and donations. → Read More

Story Trails of Maine: New free app sends users on scavenger hunts around Maine

When covid shut down Joe Musumeci's Escape Room in Farmington, he turned to creating an app that could lead people on scavenger hunts around the state. → Read More

Maine's first brewery dedicated to making only non-alcoholic beer

KITna Brewing, founded by Will Fisher and Rob Barret, is Maine's first craft beer brewery dedicated to only making non-alcoholic beer. → Read More

Efoiling lets riders fly on top of the water in southern Maine

Electric foiling may be the new frontier in surfing. Electric powered boards with a foil propel riders as they control their speed with a handheld throttle. → Read More

British father begins 1,200- mile barefoot walk in Maine to raise awareness for daughter's rare disease

On Aug. 31, Chris Brannigan will attempt to walk from Maine to North Carolina barefoot in hopes of finding a cure for CdLS → Read More

National Wildlife Federation showcases Maine man's photography

Glenn Michaels' photo of a pelican at Hilton's Head will be featured in the National Wildlife Federation's holiday card. → Read More

One Maine man's mission to spread good news

Tom McGowan who grew up in Windham created All Things Good. He shares uplifting stories online and through his podcast. → Read More

UMaine student offers tips for getting the best pictures and videos from trail cameras

UMaine Ph.D. candidate Bryn Evans has captured more than 800,000 images using motion-triggered camera traps. She offers some tips and tricks for beginners. → Read More

Two Maine schooners turn 150, remain the oldest vessels still in commercial use in America

The Lewis R. French out of Camden and the Stephen Taber out of Rockland hit the water for their 150th year. → Read More

Rare albino porcupine spotted in Kennebunkport ... again

A Kennebunkport woman spotted an albino porcupine on Tuesday, May 18. → Read More

How a 700-year-old dugout canoe was found in Cape Porpoise Harbor

The canoe will be on permanent display at the Brick Store Museum in Kennebunk, Maine in the coming months. → Read More

Maine mother creates app to connect parents and families with each other

A Maine mother is creating a way for parents to connect through Match2Play. → Read More

'We need love': Thomas College student launches clothing line 'Love Exists' inspired by hardships

LG Fleurine started 'Love Exists' two years ago. Clothing with a message he hopes will have a lasting impact. → Read More

Teenager making life a little sweeter one giant cookie at a time 'Cookie Love 207'

Maggie Cook, freshman at Bonny Eagle High, began 'Cookie Love 207' this winter as a way to give back to her community. → Read More

Are you ever too old to play in the sand? New England man's art wows beachgoers

"If I make one person happy or two people happy then I did a good thing," Sebastian Privitera said, who makes sand art on the beach in Ogunquit, Maine. → Read More

Portland singer starts non-profit to get women of color into tech industry

Janay Woodruff, who performs as JanaeSound, marries virtual reality and music. With her new non-profit, CYWOC, she wants to get women of color tech jobs. → Read More