Residents at Highland Green, Topsham’s 55-and-up residential community, are active and enthusiastic volunteers — as the folks at Maine Maritime Museum can tell you.
After two decades of life in this Camden Hills hamlet, a resident reflects on the town, the people, and the place she calls home
In a world that’s changing with lightning speed (or so it can seem), Searsmont retains the sweet, timeless air of a country town.
By Sandra Harris Retirement Travel “We can all agree that Maine is a truly beautiful place to live. But we all need a change of scenery or an escape from the snow in winter. The retirement years can be a period of life when you have the time to get […]
For some retirees, the best work begins when work is done.
Could Maine’s “demographic cliff” turn the state into a laboratory for livability?
Long known for its car culture, South Portland is reclaiming neighborhoods where residents prize getting around on foot.
A flurry of development in the Kennebunks has prompted a philosophical tug-of-war about the towns’ identities.
For the 900 or so year-round residents of Peaks Island, winter is a time to embrace the quiet, the cold, and the community.