A student at Medomak Middle School in Waldoboro has been chosen as the winner of the state’s Doodle 4 Google competition.
An Albion man is in serious condition at the Maine Medical Center in Portland following a single-vehicle accident in Whitefield that required extrication the morning of Thursday, Feb. 23.
The Damariscotta Board of Selectmen will send a letter to the Damariscotta Planning Board to express safety concerns about a proposal to build Dollar General and Sherwin-Williams stores at the corner of Main Street and Biscay Road.
The Bremen Board of Selectmen will hold special town meetings Thursday, Feb. 23 to address changes to the town’s clam ordinance, a shortfall in the secondary education budget, and a potential change in the town’s fiscal year.
The Wiscasset Community Center, Wiscasset Community Playground, and Sherman Park are now smoke-free areas. The Wiscasset Board of Selectmen, on Tuesday, Feb. 21, instituted a no-smoking or vaporizing policy to apply to those areas of town.
More than a month after Damariscotta Police Chief Ron Young was placed on administrative leave, the Damariscotta Board of Selectmen plans to have a closed-door session Wednesday, March 1 to review a personnel matter.
A Chicago company with a mission to “design and construct enriching, sustainable homes worldwide” will not have an opportunity to build on Wiscasset’s Mason Station properties.
The town of Damariscotta hopes to begin the long-awaited construction of a sidewalk on Bristol Road from downtown Damariscotta to LincolnHealth’s Miles Campus by the fall.
Maine Department of Transportation Region 2 Traffic Engineer David Allen presented the department’s findings from a review of Bristol Road speed limits during the Wednesday, Feb. 15 meeting of the Damariscotta Board of Selectmen.
Edgecomb voters will soon decide whether to place a temporary ban on floating homes while the town develops regulations to govern them. On Feb. 14, the Edgecomb Board of Selectmen voted 2-1 to hold a special town meeting to consider the moratorium.
With a unanimous vote Thursday, Feb. 16, the Newcastle Planning Board approved an application from Mobius Inc. to convert a house and barn at 21 Academy Hill Road into apartments for its clients.
Lt. Rand Maker has been appointed interim chief deputy of the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office.
The Wiscasset School Committee could soon vote on whether to move sixth grade from Wiscasset Elementary School to Wiscasset Middle High School for the 2017-2018 school year – a move administrators say is the right thing to do.
The Central Lincoln County YMCA plans to give land near the Y to Damariscotta to help the town remedy inadvertent violations of grant agreements from the 1980s.
A Bristol Consolidated School seventh-grader is the 2017 Lincoln County Spelling Bee champion – a title Isaac Wyer clinched in the fifth round of the competition at BCS on Wednesday, Feb. 15.