State Rep. Abden Simmons, R-Waldoboro, pulled a request for a variance to enable the construction of a commercial building on his Elm Street property after a public hearing before the Waldoboro Board of Appeals on Thursday, Aug. 17.
There is once again a convenience store at Kaler’s Corner in Waldoboro. McGreevy’s Corner Store opened Monday, Aug. 21.
There were no injuries following a rear-end collision in Waldoboro, near the intersection of Route 1 and Route 32, during the afternoon of Thursday, Aug. 17.
The AOS 93 Board will hold a special meeting at the central office at 5 p.m., Monday, Sept. 18 to plan a future public forum regarding issues and concerns with Lincoln Academy.
A 97-year-old Chamberlain man who still walks to the Chamberlain Post Office each day from his home on Long Cove Point Road received Bristol’s Boston Post Cane during a ceremony at his home Wednesday, Aug. 9.
The Lincoln County Democratic Committee’s annual family cookout and lobster bake featured three of the party’s growing field of gubernatorial candidates.
Two of the three defendants in a home invasion and assault on Friendship Road in Waldoboro in March have pleaded guilty to charges in connection with the incident.
The town of Waldoboro has put out a request for proposals to install a solar array at the town’s landfill.
A Bremen man’s woodworking company has become the first tenant of the BugTussle Brooder, the small-business development center at the former Fieldcrest Manor Nursing Home in Waldoboro.
BugTussle Brooder, the small-business development space at the site of the former Fieldcrest Manor Nursing Home in Waldoboro, has added its first tenant and is looking for more small businesses to set up shop in the repurposed space.
A second-generation family doctor is preparing to hang up his stethoscope and white coat after nearly four decades of practicing medicine in Waldoboro.
There were no injuries in the rollover of a pickup truck on Medomak Road in Bremen the morning of Tuesday, July 18.
The Camden National Bank on Route 1 in Waldoboro was robbed the afternoon of Monday, July 17. On Tuesday, police arrested a Newcastle man in connection with the incident.
Waldoboro Planning and Development Director Emily Reinholt will depart effective Thursday, July 13. For the next year, the Midcoast Economic Development District will provide planning services to the town at a cost of $61,000, a savings of about $4,000.