Harrison Pierpan, an eighth-grader at Bristol Consolidated School, won the Lincoln County Spelling Bee on Tuesday, Feb. 12.
The new director of emergency medical services in Wiscasset brings 17 years of experience with public and private EMS providers, much of it in Knox and Waldo counties.
Central Lincoln County Ambulance Service Inc. has named Nick Bryant, a paramedic and member of its interim management team, as its new service chief.
An information center and market-cafe will move into the former home of a medical marijuana business on Route 1 in Edgecomb.
Leon Oliver, of Damariscotta, a 1982 graduate of Lincoln Academy and general manager of the Bath Golf Club, has purchased the Sheepscot Links golf course in Whitefield. The sale closed Thursday, Feb. 7.
There were no injuries in a head-on collision of two SUVs on Route 1 in Waldoboro the morning of Tuesday, Feb. 12, according to police.
The Gilbert E. Gay building in downtown Damariscotta has a new owner who plans to open a coffee shop, Cupacity, in the first-floor space formerly home to Buzz Maine.
A former professional skier and stuntman who lives in Damariscotta turns heads on Maine mountains with his unusual monoski.
The Damariscotta United Methodist Church, at 40 Church St., is for sale and currently under contract. The congregation and the church-hosted pet food pantry plan to move to another space or spaces.
A Nobleboro family’s experience at the Togus hospice unit in Augusta has inspired their American Legion post to make a donation that will help keep terminally ill veterans warm.
By all accounts, the late New Harbor sculptor Cabot Lyford was a formidable man, both in his tenacious approach to life and in his favored choice of medium – hard, unforgiving stone.
There were no injuries in a fire that totaled a 2000 Buick LeSabre sedan in a Damariscotta driveway the afternoon of Thursday, Feb. 7.
Meetinghouse Market, on Route 27 in Dresden, closed about two weeks ago after about 14 years in business. The owner of the market plans to divide the first floor into a commercial space for lease and two apartments.
A former state trooper and former reserve officer and school resource officer with the Wiscasset Police Department has returned to Wiscasset, this time as sergeant.
A panel of local experts on the opioid crisis talked about how the community can help, the stigma around medication-assisted treatment, and local options for treatment Tuesday, Jan. 29.