A car crashed into a veterans monument on Route 32 in Jefferson the afternoon of Thursday, March 23, sending all five occupants of the car to the hospital and damaging the monument and the vehicle.
The Bremen Board of Selectmen and other town officials say a new land use ordinance would fix issues with the town’s present rules, but opponents argue that the new ordinance would create new problems.
Nobleboro voters approved each of the 46 warrant articles during the annual town meeting at Nobleboro Central School on Saturday, March 18.
Nobleboro voters elected Richard Powell Jr. to the board of selectmen Friday, March 17.
A Waldoboro physical therapy clinic installed an endless pool and swim spa with an underwater treadmill in December, and the new features are proving popular with clients.
The Jefferson Board of Selectmen met at Jefferson Village School for a public hearing to review the warrant for the annual town meeting before residents vote by referendum Tuesday, March 28.
Two Massachusetts men were arrested on the afternoon of Wednesday, March 15 on drug related charges near the Waldoboro and Warren town line.
State Rep. Abden Simmons, R-Waldoboro, proposed the institution of an elver lottery during a meeting with the Maine Elver Fishermen’s Association at the annual Maine Fishermen’s Forum.
South Clary Road (Route 215) in Jefferson was shut down the morning of Sunday, March 12 while crews battled a fully-involved car fire resulting from a single-vehicle accident.
A Subaru station wagon rolled over at the intersection of Back Meadow Road and Route 1 in Nobleboro the afternoon of Friday, March 10, but the driver and sole occupant of the vehicle was not seriously hurt.
Waldoboro has a new town manager.
After a closed-door session the evening of Wednesday, March 8, the Waldoboro Board of Selectmen voted unanimously to follow the recommendation of the town manager search committee to hire Julie Keizer, subject to a background check and the signing of an employment agreement.
The Maine Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Standards presented the Somerville Fire Department with its Safety and Health Award for Public Employers during a meeting of the Somerville Board of Selectmen the evening of Wednesday, March 1.
A Nobleboro man who discovered one of his co-workers at Dow Furniture in Waldoboro was his brother in 2009 is pushing a change to state law to help other adoptees access their birth records.
Bremen voters adopted a new shellfish conservation ordinance and approved a transfer of funds to cover a shortage in the secondary education budget during two special town meetings Thursday, Feb. 23.
Students at Medomak Middle School in Waldoboro poured into the school’s cafeteria the afternoon of Monday, Feb. 27 for an assembly hosted by Google, the California-based technology giant.