U.S. Sen. Angus King, I-Maine, visited Lincoln County on Friday, Aug. 5 to learn about aquaculture. During a tour of the Damariscotta River on a 24-foot Carolina skiff, King stopped at several operations to learn the ins and outs of oyster, mussel, scallop, and seaweed harvesting.
Jefferson Village School has a new principal.
Several musical acts from across the state journeyed to Waldoboro to perform at Cider Hill Farm’s Locavore Music Festival on Saturday, July 30, providing area residents with an afternoon and evening of live entertainment.
A kitchen fire damaged a mobile home at the corner of Dutch Neck Road and Route 32 in Waldoboro early Thursday, July 28.
The Waldoboro Board of Selectmen have scheduled a public hearing to discuss a potential townwide vote in November on whether to adopt pay-as-you-throw at the Waldoboro Transfer Station.
The Bremen Board of Selectmen set the mil rate for 2016 during a meeting Thursday, July 21.
Fire destroyed a home at 99 Atlantic Highway (Route 1) in Waldoboro in the early hours of Thursday, July 21.
Alna and Jefferson selectmen met to investigate the exact location of the town line off Egypt Road at noon, Monday, July 18.
The Maine Department of Marine Resources recently granted a pollution abatement closure for certain mud flats in Bremen at the town’s request, with the goal to prevent another “depuration” dig unpopular with Bremen clamdiggers and town officials.
More than 80 voters in attendance at a special town meeting at the Miller School in Waldoboro approved the one article rejected at the annual town meeting by referendum in June, but not before reducing the recommended amount.
A Jefferson motorcyclist involved in a collision with a Jeep SUV on Winslow Mills Road (Route 32) on July 5 in Waldoboro remains in critical condition at a Lewiston hospital as of Tuesday, July 12.
No injuries were reported following a three-vehicle accident on Route 1 in Nobleboro the afternoon of Monday, July 11.
Camp Kieve on Damariscotta Lake in Nobleboro is mourning the loss of its director from 1959-1990, who oversaw the camp’s transition into an educational nonprofit and developed many of its one-of-a-kind programs for families and students near and far.
More than 80 voters in attendance at special town meeting at the Miller School in Waldoboro approved the one article rejected at the annual town meeting by referendum in June, but not before reducing the amount.