A local barber with 50 years of experience – most in his downtown Damariscotta barbershop – will open a new shop at his Waldoboro home Friday, Sept. 21.
The Waldoborough Historical Society continues to grow in its 50th year, recently acquiring the West Waldoboro Community Building to serve as an off-site annex to its Main Street museum.
Four people were transported to LincolnHealth’s Miles Campus in Damariscotta with non-life-threatening injuries after a three-vehicle collision on Route 1 in Waldoboro the afternoon of Wednesday, Sept. 12.
A Waldoboro resident who has been circulating a petition to ban consumer fireworks in the town met with the Waldoboro Board of Selectmen on Tuesday, Sept. 11.
The Waldoboro Board of Selectmen voted 4-0-1 to reallocate funds to complete paving at the Pine Street Landing parking area Tuesday, Sept. 11.
The new chair of the Lincoln County Republican Committee is challenging a six-term incumbent county commissioner.
Fire gutted a house at 232 Bunker Hill Road in Newcastle early Monday, Sept. 3. The homeowner escaped, crediting his dog for waking him up. No one was hurt in the blaze.
A Toyota Tundra pickup truck burned in the southbound breakdown lane of Route 1 in Nobleboro the morning of Saturday, Sept. 1, but no one was hurt in the fire.
At 97, Robert C. Goth still mows the family’s lawn. The Bremen Board of Selectmen recognized him as the town’s eldest resident during a ceremony at the town center Thursday, Aug. 23.
Waldoboro officials discussed the need to buy a new, nearly $1 million ladder truck during a well-attended Waldoboro Board of Selectmen’s meeting Tuesday, Aug. 28.
Waldoboro Police Chief William Labombarde will step down as chief effective Aug. 31 and transition into a new role as the department’s school resource officer.
The Bremen Board of Selectmen discussed the arrest of the town’s attorney, Jonathan Hull, during an emergency meeting Monday, Aug. 13. The selectmen did not take action, deciding to monitor Hull’s case. All three expressed general support for Hull and satisfaction with his work.
The veteran political analyst Charles E. Cook Jr. talked about the 2016 presidential election and prospects for this year’s midterm elections during the Lincoln Theater’s annual meeting Thursday, July 26.
A motorboat operated by a Massachusetts man struck and killed a 32-year-old Lincolnville woman who was swimming in Damariscotta Lake around 8:45 p.m., Thursday, Aug. 2.
Dyer Long Pond property owners expressed concern about the pond’s water level and what they say is the failure of a dam owner to maintain the water level during a hearing at Jefferson Village School on Thursday, July 26.