The second annual Midcoast Lyme Disease Support & Education Conference at the Wiscasset Community Center will feature a full day of discussion on Lyme and other tick-borne diseases.
Lincoln County fire departments responded to a fire in a mobile home at 1665 Wagner Bridge Road in Waldoboro during the early morning hours of Friday, April 22.
The Jefferson Beach Association plans to move forward with a volunteer effort to restore a private beach on Damariscotta Lake after consulting state authorities.
A Waldoboro family hopes to start a small organic farm on Bremen Road.
In response to residents’ concerns about the impact of pollutants on the Medomak River, state officials were invited to speak to the public on Tuesday, April 12.
The Bremen Board of Selectmen recently addressed concerns surrounding the Heath Road bridge project, reiterating the safety benefits of replacing the current one-lane bridge with a two-lane structure.
The Waldoboro Board of Selectmen has voted to hold an open special town meeting on proposed changes to the town’s dog ordinance.
A garage in Waldoboro has added some state-of-the-art technology, expanding the amount of work that can be done on location and offering customers a one-stop shop for their automotive needs.
Parents in Nobleboro and the surrounding communities have a new location to choose from for child care.
A business with a long history in Waldoboro will soon open its doors to the community once again.
A former Jefferson Village School student and current sophomore at Lincoln Academy has proposed a project for the JVS school grounds as his Eagle Scout Project.
A couple of weeks after giving a presentation about the risk of pollutants to the Medomak River and potential closures of clam flats, the Waldoboro Shellfish Committee is urging the town to take the matter seriously.
A lobster boat with a long history of plying the waters around the Friendship peninsula will stay in the fishing community, changing hands from one generation to another, thanks to a generous donation.
Bremen voters approved an amendment to the shoreland-zoning ordinance and a secondary-education budget down 10.79 percent from the previous year at annual town meeting on Saturday, March 26.