Are you ready for St. Patrick's Day? Are you looking for the closest pub that will be open, or how about a classic Irish drink, or how to make corned beef? Where do you go for answers? Well, 'The Google,' of course!
I found an article that caught my eye on the website onlyinyourstate.com. It ranked the top ten drunkest counties in Maine. In recent data, Maine sits near the top in alcohol consumption nationwide. These rankings are based from data from County Health Rankings and Roadmaps and their look at those s…
Maine is on pace to see a jump in head-on collisions this year in the neighborhood of 25%. The Department of Transportation doesn’t have an official cause for the spike but many believe it has to do with phone use.
Thirty years ago today July 17, President Reagan signed off on making the national drinking age 21. The law held back highway funds if states didn’t comply. Do you think 21 is too old, young or the correct age philosophically?
There's not many things you can pull off drunk...playing goalie in a hockey game definitely wouldn't be on the list. Well, this goalie on an amateur hockey team in the Czech Republic thought he would try it!
A recent study suggests that if you're middle age and don't drink alcohol, your mortality rate is increased. That means that, according to this study, moderate drinking (2 or 3 drinks a day) may help you live longer!
All-righty-then, pass the Allen's. According to this survey from 'Blowfish for Hangovers', Maine is at the top of the list of states that drink the most. Maine is followed on the list by Wyoming, Alaska, Delaware and Washington D.C. But we are Mainers, we don’t co…
We Americans like beer! According to new figures from the Beer Institute, a national trade association, people of drinking age drank an average of 300 beers each last year. Mainers definitely did their part!