Efforts to break up an attack by two pit bull dogs on a smaller dog in Wiscasset sent an individual to the hospital for treatment of a bite in the early evening of Wednesday, Dec. 7
Joseph Cotter, of Mason Station LLC, has asked to meet with the Wiscasset Board of Selectmen to discuss the potential for transforming the former Mason Station power plant and surrounding properties into a marijuana tourist destination.
After 15 years at 115 Elm St. in Damariscotta, the Skidompha Secondhand Book Shop will soon have a new home nearby, in the building formerly home to the restaurants Backstreet Landing and Augustine’s.
A Damariscotta writer and a Bristol artist recently published a children’s picture book about the adventures of a child’s blanket.
More than 100 people attended a presentation to hear about the first draft of Newcastle’s new comprehensive plan and land use code in the Lincoln Academy Alumni Dining Commons on Tuesday, Dec. 6.
The Bremen Board of Selectmen will convene a public hearing and special town meeting to allow voters to decide whether to enact a six-month ban on retail marijuana sales and cultivation.
The energy conservation project the Wiscasset School Department has worked for the past year to develop came under fire from the Wiscasset Board of Selectmen at the board’s Tuesday, Dec. 6 meeting.
The Damariscotta Planning Board has found Stepping Stone Housing Inc.’s application to be complete, however, the nonprofit will need to provide additional documentation to the town before the board decides whether to approve the project on the former Blue Haven property.
For about 25 years, Chris Coose has worked as an alcohol and substance abuse counselor. He launched Top of the Hill, a state-licensed substance abuse treatment agency, in Portland about 12 years ago.
The Damariscotta Planning Board approved LincolnHealth’s proposal for a $13.7 million outpatient health center on the Miles Campus on Monday, Dec. 5.
Maine Transportation Commissioner David Bernhardt will attend the next meeting of the Newcastle Board of Selectmen to discuss the Sherman Marsh Wetland Bank project.
Chief Deputy Ken Mason and Sgt. Jason Nein, of the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, are moving on to the next journey in their lives: Mason to become the sheriff of Kennebec County and Nein to become an investigator at the Secretary of State’s Office in Augusta.
Waldoboro Town Manager Linda-Jean Briggs will resign effective Jan. 20 to take a position with another community.
The Great Salt Bay Community School Student Council gave people in the Midcoast one less worry after holding a toilet paper drive that brought in more than 600 rolls for donation to local food pantries and shelters.
During the RSU 40 Board of Directors meeting at Medomak Valley High School in Waldoboro on Thursday, Dec. 1, district administration announced the lifting of a ban on drinking the water at MVHS, in place for more than a week.