Nobleboro Selectman Walter Allen “Al” Lewis Jr. passed away unexpectedly at home in the early hours of Sunday, May 29. He was 62.
The Waldoboro Public Library will celebrate its centennial Saturday, June 4.
The manager of the Nobleboro-Jefferson Transfer Station was recently recognized with an award from the Maine Resource Recovery Association.
Residents and town officials convened at the Waldoboro town office to discuss the future of the A.D. Gray School and come up with ideas for what to do with the vacant structure Tuesday, May 17.
A Bremen resident with long ties to the community recently discovered several boxes of historic municipal documents in the attic of a family residence.
Under a new manager, Damariscotta Lake Farm is gearing up for another busy summer season on the Jefferson side of the lake.
Nobleboro officials presented the Boston Post Cane to the town’s oldest resident on Tuesday, May 3.
Waldoboro residents approved changes to the town’s dog ordinance during an open special town meeting at the town office Thursday, April 28.
Lobstermen plying the waters of the Gulf of Maine from the southern end of Maine’s coast to the Canadian border have seen historically high landings in recent years, offering a stark contrast to the lobster fishery in southern New England.
The second annual Midcoast Lyme Disease Support & Education Conference at the Wiscasset Community Center will feature a full day of discussion on Lyme and other tick-borne diseases.
Lincoln County fire departments responded to a fire in a mobile home at 1665 Wagner Bridge Road in Waldoboro during the early morning hours of Friday, April 22.
The Jefferson Beach Association plans to move forward with a volunteer effort to restore a private beach on Damariscotta Lake after consulting state authorities.
A Waldoboro family hopes to start a small organic farm on Bremen Road.
In response to residents’ concerns about the impact of pollutants on the Medomak River, state officials were invited to speak to the public on Tuesday, April 12.