Also in tonight’s newsletter, what weather you can expect for the start of the Cumberland Fair. If the world lasts that long.
Hint: The kid didn’t think Uncle Stevie’s horror stories are scary.
Fortunately, the news is more interesting, and includes controversies surrounding two separate Falmouth development projects.
“These properties help define greater Portland. In every case, the properties we’ve identified are prominently visible or have such historic significance that we must advocate for their protection and preservation.”
What are you more likely to find in Maine’s forested national monument? Sasquatch or commercial timber harvesting?
Also in tonight’s newsletter, how you can start putting money away for season tickets to pro hockey in Portland.
Have you taken a dip in the ocean lately? You might have noticed that the water is pretty warm still. In part, that’s because, since 1982, the changing climate has added 66 days of summer-like temperatures to the water in the Gulf of Maine, according to a new study. And while that’s nice for swimming, […]
“The biggest struggle I face here in Maine is convincing people I’m not who they think I am. People are so suspicious. They trust Trump over who we are.”
We’re going to get a Bob’s Clam Hut here, so that’s one good reason to try Portland. Also: No Supernatural Death Clowns.
Also in tonight’s newsletter, how the end of a trade deal with South Korea could effect Mainers.