Area fire departments responded to a report of a fire at 52 Depot St. in Waldoboro the afternoon of Friday, Dec. 21.
A former Marine and decorated Knox County sheriff’s deputy has joined the Waldoboro Police Department as a patrol officer.
A Bristol 18-year-old was injured when the SUV she was driving rolled over on an icy East Pond Road in Nobleboro the morning of Tuesday, Dec. 18.
Fire destroyed a 2 1/2-story barn at 130 George Luce Road in Waldoboro the morning of Saturday, Dec. 15.
Medomak Middle School in Waldoboro evacuated students the afternoon of Thursday, Dec. 13 due to a sewer smell in the building.
The Waldoboro Board of Selectmen voted 4-0 to enter into a 15-year lease-purchase agreement for a new ladder truck Tuesday, Dec. 11.
A Waldoboro family has relocated their Chinese restaurant from downtown Wiscasset to a bigger space in the town where they have lived since 1995.
A Waldoboro man has pleaded guilty to aggravated assault for the second time in three years, against two different victims, both in domestic violence situations.
A Thomaston man has begun a 3.5-year prison sentence for the non-fatal shooting of a 24-year-old woman on Southport Island in June.
A Friendship native with roots in Waldoboro that date to the German settlers of the 1700s, new Waldoboro Police Chief John Lash plans to prioritize community policing and continue his predecessor’s work on addiction outreach.
A brother-sister duo of entrepreneurs from Nobleboro who own and run several businesses have brought their headquarters home, to an office on Route 1.
Elizabeth Flanagan, a senior at Medomak Valley High School in Waldoboro, published her first novel in August after writing the book over the course of 2017 through work with Portland’s The Telling Room.
The Midcoast Conservancy and the Medomak Valley Land Trust are “moving forward with excitement” toward a merger, according to the executive director of the conservancy.
Waldoboro has a new police chief after a swearing-in ceremony at the town office Tuesday, Oct. 30.