A Boothbay Harbor family has reopened the general store in Edgecomb as Cohen’s Corner General Store.
The community’s desire for more transparency around Lincoln Academy’s finances was the foremost concern expressed during AOS 93’s public forum about Lincoln Academy on Wednesday, Nov. 15.
A public presentation on the possibility of an aquaculture grant for a potential clam and oyster seed-growth facility at the Dutch Neck Marine Park drew a great deal of public comment during the Waldoboro Board of Selectmen’s meeting Tuesday, Nov. 14.
A proposal for a campground and event center with an agricultural focus received after-the-fact approval from the Waldoboro Planning Board on Wednesday, Nov. 8.
A house at 1154 Main St. in Waldoboro sustained fire damage to its living room and heavy heat and smoke damage to other rooms the afternoon of Monday, Nov. 13, but no one was hurt, according to the town’s fire chief.
Bremen developer Dan Goldenson has withdrawn his application for a tavern in the lower level of his building at Kaler’s Corner in Waldoboro.
After 25 years on the job, a co-owner of Moody’s Diner is getting ready to enjoy his retirement.
In addition to the statewide referendum vote Tuesday, Nov. 7, voters in Waldoboro will cast their ballots on the adoption of a fire department insurance claim and restitution ordinance.
In addition to the state referendum questions, the town of Jefferson will decide whether to indefinitely prohibit recreational marijuana-related businesses on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 7.
A Friendship man sustained non-life-threatening injuries when he fell asleep at the wheel and his car rolled over on Washington Road in Waldoboro the afternoon of Saturday, Oct. 21.
Area firefighters worked through the overnight hours late Friday, Oct. 20 and early Saturday, Oct. 21 to extinguish a structure fire at 44 Indian Trail, off the Sheepscot Road in Newcastle.
Bremen developer Dan Goldenson’s plan to open a tavern and game room underneath the restaurant at Kaler’s Corner in Waldoboro has some neighbors upset.
A 9-year-old Nobleboro boy held a yard sale Saturday, Sept. 23 to lend a hand to families and individuals whose lives have been turned upside down by recent hurricanes.
Jefferson residents weighed in on a proposal to indefinitely prohibit recreational marijuana-related businesses during a public hearing Monday, Sept. 25.
The Waldoboro Farmers Market could move from the village to Route 1 next year, one of several changes organizers hope will bring more vendors and customers to the seasonal market.