Maine households increasingly have ditched personal vehicles, following a national rise in the share of homes without cars. The trend appears in the latest batch of census survey data, comparing estimates from the period 2006-2010 to estimates covering 2011-2015. Maine and Vermont were some of the smallest and certainly most rural among those where the share of no-car households increased. The relevant census survey […]
Notes from a Corner of the Country
Is Shawn Moody stronger than compound interest?
It is the most important election of our lives. Or is it?
Choice for governor is really between Mills and Moody