A small farm off Route 17 in Jefferson has become a haven for rescue dogs, goats, and pigs, including a pot-bellied pig who accompanies the farmer on errands.
Only one of the two candidates for first selectman in Somerville showed up for a candidates forum at the former Somerville School on Saturday, June 2.
Two of the three candidates for selectman in Waldoboro participated in a candidates forum at the town office Tuesday, June 5.
The former Nobleboro Grange meeting hall is now a Pilates and yoga studio.
A man from Saco sustained serious and possibly life-threatening injuries in a collision between his motorcycle and a station wagon at the intersection of Belvedere Road and Route 1 in Damariscotta the morning of Sunday, June 3, according to police.
The two candidates for the Democratic nomination in Maine House District 88 fielded questions about citizen’s initiatives, partisanship, and many other issues during a candidates forum at a full Kings Mills Union Hall on Thursday, May 24.
The Nobleboro School Committee appointed a principal for Nobleboro Central School on Monday, May 14.
The five towns of RSU 40 will pay more toward education – up to 12.8 percent more – under the budget approved by district voters at Medomak Valley High School in Waldoboro on Tuesday, May 15.
The Jefferson Market on Route 32 has a new owner after an on-site foreclosure auction Thursday, May 3.
Medomak Valley High School’s acting principal for the last six months will stay on to lead the school as its next principal.
A Toyota Prius rolled over after a collision with another vehicle on Upper East Pond Road in Nobleboro the afternoon of Sunday, May 6, but no one was hurt.
Students at Miller School and Medomak Middle School in Waldoboro are growing produce, learning about food and nutrition, and sampling meals made with healthy, local ingredients as part of the national FoodCorps program.
The Nobleboro Planning Board heard more details of a planned ecotourism destination on Sidelinger Road, as well as concerns from neighbors, during a public hearing at Nobleboro Central School on Thursday, April 19.
Somerville will begin the 2018-2019 school year with its highest student population since the 1980s, according to a selectman.