The driver of a pickup truck towing a camper on Route 1 fell asleep and went off the road, slowing traffic at the Nobleboro-Waldoboro line for about an hour the afternoon of Thursday, Aug. 16.
The driver of a box truck was transported to LincolnHealth’s Miles Campus in Damariscotta after an accident near Mike’s Place on Route 1 in Newcastle the morning of Thursday, Aug. 16.
The South Bristol Board of Selectmen reviewed renderings of a new veterans memorial and discussed the use of security cameras at South Bristol School on Thursday, Aug. 9.
Waldoboro Police Chief William Labombarde will step down as chief effective Aug. 31 and transition into a new role as the department’s school resource officer.
LincolnHealth celebrated the completion and upcoming opening of the Herbert and Roberta Watson Health Center with a ribbon-cutting ceremony the evening of Friday, Aug. 10.
Broad Bay Church, in downtown Waldoboro, has begun a $750,000 capital campaign to build the congregation’s “dream church” by making the 1832 building safe, accessible, and flexible.
A group of volunteers is building an outdoor classroom at Wiscasset Elementary School.
The South Bristol convenience store and restaurant Harborside reopened under new ownership the first week of July.
The Damariscotta Police Department has arrested a local attorney on charges related to taking thousands of dollars, which he later repaid, from a nonprofit that facilitates student exchanges between Bath and a city in Japan.
Wiscasset Middle High School Principal Peg Armstrong has resigned.
Harry Emmons, 101, was recognized as Damariscotta’s eldest resident and presented with the town’s Boston Post Cane on Thursday, July 26.
The Maine Department of Transportation has installed a new plastic barrier at the intersection of Route 1 and Belvedere Road in Damariscotta in an attempt to reduce the number of collisions at the intersection.
The veteran political analyst Charles E. Cook Jr. talked about the 2016 presidential election and prospects for this year’s midterm elections during the Lincoln Theater’s annual meeting Thursday, July 26.
A filmmaker interviewed Newcastle artist Glenn Chadbourne for a documentary about blockbuster author Stephen King on Monday, July 30.
The tradition began in 1962, only 15 years after the department’s founding.