Six candidates to represent Lincoln County towns in the Maine House of Representatives talked about how to fund public education and how to expand access to early childhood education during a forum at the Waldoboro municipal building Thursday, Oct. 11.
The town of Waldoboro has hired Officer John Lash as its next police chief.
The town of Somerville may not receive an estimated $20,000 in Federal Emergency Management Agency funds related to the October 2017 windstorm due to the state’s objection to the fire chief’s burning fallen trees.
The service chief of the Central Lincoln County Ambulance Service for the last 19 years will resign effective Oct. 31, according to board members.
A businessman and former pilot is running to retain House District 88 for the GOP in November. Michael Lemelin, R-Chelsea, looks to replace term-limited Rep. Deborah Sanderson, R-Chelsea.
The chair of the Somerville Board of Selectmen abruptly adjourned its Oct. 3 meeting after a resident directed the term “idiot” at one of the selectmen and declined to leave the meeting when asked.
Waldoboro has a redemption center again, with the new Corner Redemption Center open five days a week at Kaler’s Corner.
A retired U.S. Army officer and former teacher and coach at Erskine Academy hopes to unseat the incumbent in House District 80, which includes the Lincoln County town of Somerville.
State Rep. Richard Bradstreet, R-Vassalboro, is seeking re-election in House District 80, which includes the Lincoln County town of Somerville.
A local businessman has renovated a former Dodge dealership on Winslows Mills Road in Waldoboro, transforming the rundown industrial building into a high-tech, secure facility for climate-controlled storage.
A local barber with 50 years of experience – most in his downtown Damariscotta barbershop – will open a new shop at his Waldoboro home Friday, Sept. 21.
The Waldoborough Historical Society continues to grow in its 50th year, recently acquiring the West Waldoboro Community Building to serve as an off-site annex to its Main Street museum.
Four people were transported to LincolnHealth’s Miles Campus in Damariscotta with non-life-threatening injuries after a three-vehicle collision on Route 1 in Waldoboro the afternoon of Wednesday, Sept. 12.
A Waldoboro resident who has been circulating a petition to ban consumer fireworks in the town met with the Waldoboro Board of Selectmen on Tuesday, Sept. 11.