A former Newcastle man pleaded guilty to the July 17, 2017 robbery of Camden National Bank and received a sentence of three years and nine months in prison Monday, Feb. 26.
The Nobleboro Planning Board reviewed an application from two residents for a sustainable ecotourism destination at 79 Sidelinger Road on Thursday, Feb. 15.
The Medomak Valley Community Foundation will discuss a petition drive to give voters the option to sell the A.D. Gray building to the foundation for $1, according to foundation board member Seth Hall.
A first-time business owner is preparing to open a new business, Mid Coast Vape Shop, on Route 1 in Waldoboro.
Lincoln County Outreach has expanded its addiction recovery services to Waldoboro in an effort to better serve area residents.
No injuries were reported after a rollover on Route 220 in Waldoboro the morning of Sunday, Feb. 4.
Waldoboro firefighters extricated two people from an SUV after a rollover in the area of Ralph’s Hill on Route 1 the morning of Tuesday, Jan. 30.
The Maine Attorney General’s Office has concluded its investigation into the fatal shooting of a Waldoboro man by a police officer a year ago, confirming that the officer – who returned fire after being shot himself – acted in self-defense.
Meenahga Grange 555, of Waldoboro, has dissolved and sold its downtown headquarters.
The Waldoboro Board of Selectmen unanimously voted Tuesday, Jan. 23 to keep the A.D. Gray building on the market and actively work to sell the property.
A passenger ejected from a sedan involved in a collision with a box truck near the intersection of Routes 126 and 215 in Jefferson sustained a head injury and was flown to the hospital the morning of Wednesday, Jan. 24.
The RSU 40 Board of Directors has named Medomak Valley High School Assistant Principal Linda Pease acting principal for the remainder of the 2017-2018 school year.
The new owner of a building at 816 Atlantic Avenue in Waldoboro, formerly an Irish pub and a barbecue restaurant, plans to convert it into a financial services office.
Bremen voters approved all 32 warrant articles, including a six-month municipal budget, at town meeting Thursday, Jan. 11.