Most Americans who drink coffee – and according to foodandwine.com, Americans are drinking more than ever – either brew it in their kitchen or pick up a cup at a specialty coffee shop, restaurant, or takeout window.
Richard Van Knowe, R-Bristol, aims to bring a libertarian philosophy to the State House with his challenge of three-term incumbent Rep. Michael “Mick” Devin, D-Newcastle, in House District 90.
State Rep. Michael “Mick” Devin, D-Newcastle, is running for his fourth term in the Maine House of Representatives. Devin, a marine biologist and former naval officer, said he will focus on environmental issues and veterans issues.
A fire started underneath a mobile home in Boothbay the evening of Sunday, Oct. 21, causing interior smoke damage and damage to an exterior wall.
A fire caused by a furnace malfunction destroyed a mobile home in the park off Egypt Road in Damariscotta the morning of Sunday, Oct. 21.
A Jefferson man was taken to a hospital with non-life-threatening head and leg injuries after his 1965 Jaguar crashed into the porch of a Nobleboro home the morning of Friday, Oct. 19.
Whitefield is now home to the science-oriented Sheepscot Valley Hinterland Preschool, run by two experienced public school educators.
Six candidates to represent Lincoln County towns in the Maine House of Representatives talked about how to fund public education and how to expand access to early childhood education during a forum at the Waldoboro municipal building Thursday, Oct. 11.
The town of Waldoboro has hired Officer John Lash as its next police chief.
The Clary Lake Association is the new owner of the Clary Lake Dam and will start the process of dam repairs, which will allow it to restore the historical water level of the lake on the Jefferson-Whitefield line.
At SeaLyon Farm in Alna, a U.S. Navy veteran and his wife grow vegetables and both help and get help from other farmer-veterans as active members of the United Farmer Veterans of Maine.
State Rep. Stephanie Hawke, R-Boothbay Harbor, is running for her third term in the Maine House of Representatives. Hawke describes herself as an advocate of small businesses and an opponent of laws and regulations that harm small businesses, including a minimum wage.
A Boothbay Democrat and leader of two local nonprofits is challenging two-term incumbent Rep. Stephanie Hawke, R-Boothbay Harbor, in House District 89, which includes Boothbay, Boothbay Harbor, Edgecomb, part of South Bristol, Southport, and Westport Island.
A laundromat that has been in business in Damariscotta for around 25 years has changed hands and had some upgrades.
Seven candidates to represent Lincoln County towns in the Legislature talked about growing the state’s economy and the minimum wage during a candidates forum in Wiscasset on Thursday, Oct. 4.