Already a modern library with an online radio station and a YouTube channel, Skidompha Library is expanding its digital offerings with a StoryCorps-style series of original podcasts and live video of library events.
The owners of Emporium Engraving in Newcastle would like to retire soon, but hope to first find a new owner for the business who will keep it in the area.
Four Lincoln County veterans recently participated in an Honor Flight to Washington, D.C., where they were moved by their trips to veterans memorials and by the gratitude and respect they encountered from thousands of strangers.
A Boothbay man faces felony charges of criminal threatening with a dangerous weapon and terrorizing with a dangerous weapon after allegedly shooting at a home and vehicle in Edgecomb and later barricading himself in his home while another house on his property burned, then surrendering to the Maine State Police Tactical Team, all between about 10 p.m., Friday, April 14 and 8 a.m., Saturday, April 15.
A Wiscasset man who, according to police, was a middleman between street-level heroin dealers in Lincoln County and a supplier in Massachusetts, has been sentenced to four years in prison.
Lincoln Academy Associate Head of School Andrew T. “Andy” Mullin is serving a 12-day suspension and must see a counselor, but will keep his job.
Lincoln Academy Associate Head of School Andrew T. “Andy” Mullin faces misdemeanor charges of operating under the influence and driving to endanger after an incident on Sproul Hill Road in Bristol late Saturday, March 25.
I had the pleasure of meeting Kit Hayden several times in my capacity as a reporter, most often in his role as co-host of the Lincoln County Television show “Wuzzup.”
A Wiscasset woman who police say was the supplier of a Wiscasset man who died of a heroin overdose in August 2016 has been sentenced to two years in prison.
The Borealis Breads bakery in Waldoboro will soon bake its popular breads in a new oven after more than 20 years and 6 million loaves.
A Waldoboro business owner from South America has become a U.S. citizen and wants to advocate for other immigrants and change negative perceptions of immigrants.
The former manager of a New Harbor convenience store faces felony forgery and theft charges after, according to police, she embezzled over $50,000 from the store in 13 1/2 months.
A Bristol man has been sentenced to three years in prison and must pay back $359,891.75 to his former employer as part of a plea deal in an embezzlement case.
A former Nobleboro man under indictment in Lincoln County since 2007 was arrested in Virginia last September and has returned to the county to answer charges of defrauding local investors.
This winter didn’t really feel like winter until about a week and a half ago, and then it started to feel like winter in a hurry.