The Nobleboro Planning Board heard more details of a planned ecotourism destination on Sidelinger Road, as well as concerns from neighbors, during a public hearing at Nobleboro Central School on Thursday, April 19.
Somerville will begin the 2018-2019 school year with its highest student population since the 1980s, according to a selectman.
Nobleboro’s newest – and only – centenarian celebrated his 100th birthday with friends and three generations of his family Tuesday, April 3.
A Rochester, N.Y. woman allegedly led police on a car chase from a parking lot on Route 1 in Warren south on Route 1 to the area of Moody’s Diner in Waldoboro the afternoon of Wednesday, April 4, tossing bags of crack cocaine out the window along the way.
Precision Tool Repair, of Damariscotta, will relocate to Waldoboro in May.
The business will move from its location at 74 Biscay Road in Damariscotta to a new facility at 855 Atlantic Highway in Waldoboro on May 5.
The Jefferson Market, the grocery store and takeout business in the village that closed abruptly in February, will go to foreclosure auction next month.
The principal of Nobleboro Central School will soon depart to become the director of curriculum, instruction, and assessment for AOS 93.
Waldoboro Selectman Katherine Winchenbach presented a citizen’s petition that proposes a prohibition of recreational-marijuana businesses to the Waldoboro Board of Selectmen on Tuesday, March 27.
Jefferson voters approved all 33 articles on the warrant for the annual town meeting by referendum Tuesday, March 27, and elected four members of the Jefferson Budget Committee in a five-way race.
Nobleboro voters approved all 43 articles on the warrant during annual town meeting the morning of Saturday, March 17 at Nobleboro Central School.
Immediately after the adjournment of the special meeting at Great Salt Bay Community School on Thursday, March 15, the AOS 93 Board met to discuss how to further share the results from its survey about Lincoln Academy with the LA Board of Trustees and the public.
Data from AOS 93’s survey about Lincoln Academy, conducted from November-December 2017, were presented during a special meeting at Great Salt Bay Community School in Damariscotta on Thursday, March 15.
A fuel tanker crashed and spilled an estimated 800 gallons of diesel fuel on South Clary Road in Jefferson late Thursday, March 15.
The Jefferson Board of Selectmen held a public hearing Thursday, March 8 on the warrant for the upcoming annual town meeting by referendum.