Longtime Waldoboro resident Marguerite Hills celebrated her 100th birthday at Broad Bay Congregational United Church of Christ in Waldoboro the afternoon of Sunday, May 21, prior to her birthday Thursday, May 25.
A box truck’s passenger-side mirror struck a bicyclist on Route 1 in Waldoboro the afternoon of Wednesday, May 24, sending the bicyclist to a local hospital with a head injury.
The superintendent of the Central Lincoln County School System for the last six years, Maine’s Superintendent of the Year in 2014, will step down at the end of the school year.
A handful of Jefferson voters offered near-unanimous support to approve the 2017-2018 education budget without changes during an open meeting at Jefferson Village School the evening of Tuesday, May 23.
The neighbors of a small farm off Friendship Road in Waldoboro whose new owner hopes to create a Christian short-term group home featuring culinary programs for deaf and partially deaf young adults, as well as low-income young adults, asked the Waldoboro Planning Board to block the project during a meeting Wednesday, May 10.
Crazy Burgers and Pizza, in addition to the Burger Bar, are now open at the site of the former Corner Variety and Pizzeria at Kaler’s Corner in Waldoboro.
Waldoboro’s new town manager is settling in at the town office after her first week on the job.
A boutique that sells handmade glass pipes and other products, along with a separate medical marijuana caregiver storefront, have opened their doors near the junction of Route 1 and Route 32 in Waldoboro.
The First Baptist Church of Waldoboro plans to break ground in May on a $1 million addition that will give the church a new sanctuary separate from its gymnasium.
A home on South Clary Road in Jefferson was struck by fire twice in one day on Monday, April 17.
A three-vehicle collision on Route 1 in Waldoboro sent four people to the hospital the morning of Monday, April 10.
No injuries were reported after a vehicle went into the Medomak River at Pine Street Landing during the afternoon of Sunday, April 9, in Waldoboro.
The RSU 40 Board of Directors voted to keep start times the same at district schools, including Medomak Middle School and Medomak Valley High School in Waldoboro, during a special meeting at Medomak Middle School on Thursday, March 30.
A man and woman from Waldoboro face charges of forgery and theft after allegedly stealing checks from another Waldoboro man and forging $8,480 in checks.
Bremen voters approved a change in the fiscal year 125-50, rejected a new land use ordinance 124-59, and elected Christa Thorpe to the Bremen School Committee at the polls the morning of Saturday, April 1.