The Damariscotta Fire Department responded to a car fire on Hodgdon Street at 1:33 p.m., Monday, April 23.
A new hair salon has opened at 77 Main St. in Newcastle, featuring a spa room overlooking the Damariscotta River.
The Great Salt Bay School Committee approved the 2018-2019 budget with a 3.12 percent increase and without funds for a school resource officer Wednesday, April 11.
Dr. Craig Jurgensen, the soon-to-be superintendent of the Central Lincoln County School System, said he is excited to soon be living and working in a “beautiful place that values education.”
Opening a veterinary clinic for small animals in Dresden is an exciting enterprise for Dr. Susan “Sue” Bailey, who dreamed of becoming a veterinarian from the time she was 4 years old.
A discussion of Alna’s petition to amend the RSU 12 Reorganization Plan to restrict K-8 school choice in Alna dominated the RSU 12 Board of Directors meeting at Chelsea Elementary School on Thursday, April 12.
With voter turnout higher than the turnout for last year’s town meeting, more than 65 percent of Wiscasset voters said no, 578-303, to continuing the town’s lawsuit against the Maine Department of Transportation on Tuesday, April 17.
The next principal of Whitefield Elementary School was the principal of Nobleboro Central School for a decade and has long connections to Lincoln County.
The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office has arrested a 19-year-old Boothbay Harbor man in connection with a home invasion in Nobleboro on Monday, April 16.
A log cabin on Upper Round Pond Road in Bristol sustained heavy damage in a fire late Sunday, April 15.
The sale of Emporium Engraving in Newcastle will fulfill the owners’ wishes to keep the business local, as it will move only a short walk down Mills Road to Louis Doe Home Center.
Somerville will begin the 2018-2019 school year with its highest student population since the 1980s, according to a selectman.
Municipal recycling centers and transfer stations across Lincoln County are in search of solutions for recycling plastic due to changes both in the international plastics market and at the county recycling plant.
Wiscasset voters will decide whether to continue the town’s lawsuit against the Maine Department of Transportation in a referendum Tuesday, April 17.
Wiscasset School Department Superintendent Dr. Heather Wilmot will resign at the end of the school year after three years as the head of the department.