The owners of Kate's Homemade Butter fail to attend a key meeting.
The open letter to fishermen comes after onboard monitors report increased verbal abuse at a time of strict catch limits.
An industry group says air shows pump about $1.5 billion into the national economy, but without the military flyings acts, the shows don't go on.
The beer, a dry Irish stout, has the approval of Sean Collier's family, and $1 from each sale will go to Collier's favorite charity, the Jimmy Fund.
Maine's unemployment rate dipped under 7 percent in April, the first time it has done that since December 2008.
Tensions between conventional and organic agriculture boil over during a House Agriculture Committee debate on a farm bill that has for decades propped up traditional crops and largely ignored organics.
A sudden scarcity of toilet paper has caused alarm even in a nation used to shortages.
Slower than expected growth in the first quarter shows the recovery remains spotty.
The retailer's loss widens in the first quarter, the fifth straight with massive declines.
U.S. airlines still lost money in the quarter, but not as much as during the same period in 2012.
The airline says the change will speed up the boarding process, helping improve on-time performance.
Heartwood College of Art's founder Berri Kramer: 'It feels like stepping into a community that is already culturally aware.'