22-year-old Elizabeth was convicted of witchcraft in 1693. 328 years later, in 2021, an 8th grade civics class from North Andover found out she was never officially pardoned, and decided to do something about it.
Over 16 million brave people served in World War II according to the US Census. This year, one Greatest Generation veteran, 98-year-old Leon Tanguay of Sanford, Maine, is getting the recognition he deserves from his hometown.
Honoring tradition and history is an important part of what makes Maine such a special place to live. So we have to do a special shoutout to the great people of Naples, Maine. who came together last week to save a classic landmark. A beautiful cupola that used to be on the top of the iconic Bay of Naples Inn.
July 4th, 1886, was supposed to be a huge celebration in Portland. This would be the first Independence Day since the troops had returned home from fighting in the Civil War. A huge parade, fireworks, and a circus featuring a real hippopotamus were just some of the activities planned for the day. Instead, it ended up being a day of tragedy. Portland had the worst fire ever seen to that point by an American city.