Morning Links - Sunday July 7, 2024


Suffolk opens new Portland, Maine, office πŸ› Construction Dive

Maine needs aquaculture workers. This free program is training them. πŸ› Bangor Daily News

Climate Emergency

Pemaquid Point Lighthouse Park Storm Damage Repairs Take Final Step πŸ› The Lincoln County News


Letter: Maine pension fund should divest from PFAS πŸ› Portland Press Herald

Food and Drink

Early morning treat πŸ› Reddit


This city is getting the housing project that a Portland suburb rejected πŸ› Bangor Daily News


Across Maine, judges are deciding when the lack of an attorney becomes a constitutional violation πŸ› The Maine Monitor

Maine’s public defender crisis devolves into a blame game πŸ› Portland Press Herald

Our View: Public beach access must be thoughtfully managed, protected πŸ› Portland Press Herald


Remembering Charlie Howard 40 years later πŸ› WCSH News Center Maine


In praise of Maine’s dead zones πŸ› Bangor Daily News

5 ways to attract wildlife to your backyard πŸ› Bangor Daily News


Red Tailed Hawk at Evergreen Cemetery this morning. πŸ› Reddit

Since it seems like you all want more, here’s a few more shots from this morning at Evergreen! πŸ› Reddit

Amazing Moth. Anyone know what type? πŸ› Reddit

A couple photos of The Strand in Rockland on my walk tonight. πŸ› Reddit

Our palm trees πŸ› Reddit

A UTV ride and some wind towers. πŸ› Reddit

Met some friends Downeast this weekend πŸ› Reddit

Double Rainbow πŸ› Reddit


Opinion: America can do better, much better. And we know it. πŸ› Portland Press Herald

Angus King stops short of joining growing calls for Joe Biden to exit 2024 campaign πŸ› Bangor Daily News

Our View: Presidential election buck stops with voters πŸ› Portland Press Herald

Public Safety

Maine has no testing requirement for medical cannabis. Public health advocates want that to change. πŸ› The Maine Monitor

Four kids caught in rip current rescued at Old Orchard Beach - YouTube - NEWS CENTER Maine

Things to Do

Good swimming spot at sebago? πŸ› Reddit


After 2 long years, couple who lived in a van finally found a place to call home. They thought they’d be there together. πŸ› Portland Press Herald