A year after a representative from the Maine Department of Transportation visited Newcastle and Nobleboro to discuss the installation of seasonal speed bumps in Damariscotta Mills, the selectmen of both towns decided to move forward with a traffic-calming measure of their own.
There is once again a convenience store at Kaler’s Corner in Waldoboro. McGreevy’s Corner Store opened Monday, Aug. 21.
The Downeast Medicinals medical marijuana storefront in Edgecomb will not officially open until Sept. 1, but customers and community members are already filtering into the retail shop and education center to ask questions and purchase the publicly available products.
The Lincoln County Fire Chiefs Association recognized members for lifetime achievement and for their ongoing commitment to the fire service and the association during its annual meeting Wednesday, Aug. 16.
A passerby’s “quick and thoughtful response” likely prevented a fire from destroying a barn and house on Biscay Road the morning of Thursday, Aug. 17, according to Damariscotta Fire Chief John Roberts.
A LifeFlight helicopter flew a 21-year-old Cushing man to the hospital after a single-vehicle accident on Finntown Road in Waldoboro the evening of Sunday, Aug. 20.
Lincoln County law enforcement agencies are investigating reports of Ku Klux Klan recruitment materials being left in driveways and on lawns in Boothbay Harbor, Southport, and Wiscasset.
There were no injuries following a rear-end collision in Waldoboro, near the intersection of Route 1 and Route 32, during the afternoon of Thursday, Aug. 17.
The Sheepscot Valley Health Center in Coopers Mills now has a granite bench surrounded by flowers and a reading corner with free books to give to patients ages 6-14. Both are memorials to Dr. Carol Anne Eckert, who worked at the health center for 31 years.
The AOS 93 Board will hold a special meeting at the central office at 5 p.m., Monday, Sept. 18 to plan a future public forum regarding issues and concerns with Lincoln Academy.
A former Nobleboro man who defrauded local investors of more than $1 million, then sold his business and home, divorced his second wife, and moved to the Caribbean, was sentenced to 18 months in prison Wednesday, Aug. 9, more than 12 years after his disappearance.
A petition from Damariscotta residents calling for a moratorium on commercial development is invalid due to a technical error, but needs only a minor fix, according to town attorney Jenny Villeneuve.
A 97-year-old Chamberlain man who still walks to the Chamberlain Post Office each day from his home on Long Cove Point Road received Bristol’s Boston Post Cane during a ceremony at his home Wednesday, Aug. 9.
In the wake of violence at a large gathering of white nationalists and counterprotestors in Charlottesville, Va. the weekend of Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 12 and 13, area residents held two vigils Monday, Aug. 14 as demonstrations against racial hatred.
Volunteers stepped up to ensure this year’s Olde Bristol Days, held Aug. 9-13, was another great success, Bristol Town Administrator Chris Hall said.