The town of Waldoboro has put out a request for proposals to install a solar array at the town’s landfill.
A Bremen man’s woodworking company has become the first tenant of the BugTussle Brooder, the small-business development center at the former Fieldcrest Manor Nursing Home in Waldoboro.
BugTussle Brooder, the small-business development space at the site of the former Fieldcrest Manor Nursing Home in Waldoboro, has added its first tenant and is looking for more small businesses to set up shop in the repurposed space.
A second-generation family doctor is preparing to hang up his stethoscope and white coat after nearly four decades of practicing medicine in Waldoboro.
There were no injuries in the rollover of a pickup truck on Medomak Road in Bremen the morning of Tuesday, July 18.
The Camden National Bank on Route 1 in Waldoboro was robbed the afternoon of Monday, July 17. On Tuesday, police arrested a Newcastle man in connection with the incident.
Waldoboro Planning and Development Director Emily Reinholt will depart effective Thursday, July 13. For the next year, the Midcoast Economic Development District will provide planning services to the town at a cost of $61,000, a savings of about $4,000.
Work to remove debris from the Reed Mansion site on Glidden Street in Waldoboro began Monday, July 10. A fire destroyed the historic building April 2.
A new store selling vintage gifts will open its doors to the public in downtown Waldoboro on Saturday, July 8.
The discovery of a suspicious package at LincolnHealth’s Miles Campus the afternoon of Sunday, July 2 brought the Maine State Fire Marshal’s Office, Maine State Police Special Services, and several other agencies to the hospital to investigate.
Salt Bay Cafe will close in mid-July after about 30 years in downtown Damariscotta.
A LifeFlight helicopter transported a motorcyclist to the hospital after a two-vehicle collision at the intersection of Route 220 and Old Augusta Road in Waldoboro the morning of Sunday, July 2.
The Waldoboro Fire Department cleaned up a small fuel spill on Route 32 near Cross Road the evening of Friday, June 30.
A Tenants Harbor man was allegedly under the influence when he drove a pickup truck the wrong way on Route 1 in Damariscotta and struck a semitrailer head-on, according to the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office. A female passenger in the pickup sustained serious but non-life-threatening injuries, and a passenger in the semitrailer was also taken to the hospital.
The Midcoast Code Enforcement Officers Association recently named Stan Waltz, of Nobleboro, Code Enforcement Officer of the Year in recognition of his commitment and professionalism.