A new map and guide showcases the activities and businesses of Whitefield and its villages, the work of a small group of volunteers.
The Damariscotta River Grill has officially changed hands, but new owners Tim Beal and Tamara Dica say nothing will change and patrons can expect the same restaurant and the same “grown-up comfort food” they have come to know so well.
The sun was shining on the Lincoln Academy Class of 2019 for its outdoor commencement ceremony on the track field Thursday, June 6. A cool breeze, a handful of pleasant music performances by graduates, and hard-won wisdom carried the day at the school’s 141st commencement.
Waldoboro voters approved all 46 articles, including a 6.64% hike in municipal spending and new restrictions on fireworks, in the annual town meeting by referendum Tuesday, June 11.
Wiscasset voters opted for experience Tuesday, June 11, reelecting Selectman Katharine Martin-Savage and returning former Selectman Jefferson Slack to the board over newcomer Kim Dolce. Voters also approved a part-time planner and all other warrant articles in the annual town meeting by referendum.
Students at Wiscasset Middle High School celebrated the completion of a chapter in their lives with family and friends during a graduation ceremony the evening of Thursday, June 6.
Robert Butler, chair of the Waldoboro Board of Selectmen, fended off a challenge from Sandra O’Farrell, a member of the RSU 40 Board of Directors, to win reelection Tuesday, June 11.
In two contested Somerville elections, incumbent Second Selectman Don Chase staved off a challenge from Richard Stimson while Jarad Greeley outpaced Charlotte Coopersmith to represent the town as its next third selectman.
An Edgecomb woman became an ordained interfaith minister Sunday, June 2 after completing a two-year program, including 150 hours each of community service and an internship.
After years of service to two towns in two different states, Waldoboro Ladder 1 was officially decommissioned from service during a ceremony at the Waldoboro Fire Department the evening of Saturday, June 1.
A science teacher at Wiscasset Middle High School and member of the Edgecomb School Committee hopes to see the Maine Legislature give teachers more influence through a series of bills, although school boards and superintendents oppose the changes.
An Alna motorcyclist died after a collision with a pickup truck at the intersection of Route 1 and Route 144 in Wiscasset the evening of Thursday, June 6.
A dozen students graduated from Central Lincoln County Adult Education with their high school equivalency diplomas Thursday, May 30, celebrating with family and friends and learning about their career prospects from Maine Labor Commissioner Laura Fortman.
Two candidates for one spot on the Waldoboro Board of Selectmen took part in a candidates forum at the town office, fielding questions from residents and laying out their approach to town government, Thursday, May 30.
The Lincoln Academy girls tennis team won its second straight South B regional championship over Greely High School at Apex Racket and Fitness in Portland on Thursday, June 6.