A pair of Bremen shellfish harvesters are expressing concern about the state of the Storer Landing boat ramp and hope to see the town repair the ramp, which provides public access to Broad Cove for clammers, fishermen, and recreational boaters alike.
No injuries were reported after a small aircraft slid off the runway during takeoff at Wiscasset Municipal Airport on the afternoon of Sunday, Dec. 17.
Medomak Valley High School Principal Andrew Cavanaugh has resigned effective Thursday, Dec. 14.
Wreaths Across America, the annual procession from Down East Maine to Arlington National Cemetery in honor of the nation’s veterans, stopped at Medomak Valley High School in Waldoboro for the third year in a row Sunday, Dec. 10.
The RSU 40 Board of Directors will hold a special meeting, to include a dismissal hearing, at the school district’s central office in Union at 6 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 12.
A sport-utility vehicle struck a Main Street building in downtown Wiscasset during the early evening hours of Friday, Dec. 1. The accident sent one person to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries and caused visible damage to the building.
The Knox County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a report of inappropriate contact between a Medomak Valley High School staff member and a student and the RSU 40 Board of Directors has voted to hold a dismissal hearing for an employee.
The Waldoboro Board of Selectmen will pursue a moratorium on recreational-marijuana businesses rather than an indefinite ban, contrary to the Waldoboro Marijuana Committee’s recommendation.
The Whitefield manufacturer ProKnee Corp. celebrated the grand opening of a new, 16,400-square-foot manufacturing facility and warehouse at 116 Augusta Road on Monday, Nov. 20.
A Boothbay Harbor family has reopened the general store in Edgecomb as Cohen’s Corner General Store.
The community’s desire for more transparency around Lincoln Academy’s finances was the foremost concern expressed during AOS 93’s public forum about Lincoln Academy on Wednesday, Nov. 15.
A public presentation on the possibility of an aquaculture grant for a potential clam and oyster seed-growth facility at the Dutch Neck Marine Park drew a great deal of public comment during the Waldoboro Board of Selectmen’s meeting Tuesday, Nov. 14.
A proposal for a campground and event center with an agricultural focus received after-the-fact approval from the Waldoboro Planning Board on Wednesday, Nov. 8.
A house at 1154 Main St. in Waldoboro sustained fire damage to its living room and heavy heat and smoke damage to other rooms the afternoon of Monday, Nov. 13, but no one was hurt, according to the town’s fire chief.