A former Nobleboro man who defrauded local investors of more than $1 million, then sold his business and home, divorced his second wife, and moved to the Caribbean, was sentenced to 18 months in prison Wednesday, Aug. 9, more than 12 years after his disappearance.
Local prosecutors have not filed charges against a Damariscotta resident at the center of a prostitution investigation that resulted in charges against seven other people.
The DamBluesFest marked its 10th year last weekend at a new venue, and despite the initial doubts of founder and promoter Paul Sidelinger, appears likely to return for an 11th.
A Waldoboro man convicted of grand theft in Florida after police found $200,000 of stolen gold under a false floor in his basement almost two years ago has returned to Lincoln County and pleaded guilty to possessing firearms and heroin.
A Sabattus man pleaded no contest to engaging in prostitution July 27, becoming the first person convicted of eight charged in connection with an investigation into prostitution in Lincoln County.
An Alna man has pleaded guilty to trafficking heroin, the third conviction to result from the investigation of a fatal overdose in Wiscasset last summer.
An investigator’s report details the roughly 24 hours between the robbery of Camden National Bank in Waldoboro on July 17 and the arrest of a Newcastle man in connection with the robbery the next day.
The use of deadly force by a state trooper who fired several rounds at a Cushing man on Augusta Road in Jefferson in August 2016 was reasonable, the Maine Attorney General’s Office concluded in a report issued Friday, July 21.
Lincoln Academy Associate Head of School Andrew T. “Andy” Mullin pleaded guilty to operating under the influence Monday, July 10.
A Wiscasset man died after falling off his boat on Damariscotta Lake in Jefferson on Sunday, July 9.
A 36-year-old Waldoboro man with three prior convictions for drug crimes was sentenced June 19 to three years in prison for trafficking heroin in Waldoboro.
The new owner of the former Nobleboro Grange has completed the restoration of the turn-of-the-century building’s meeting hall, a project five years in the making.
State Rep. Michael G. “Mick” Devin, 54, of Newcastle, faces a misdemeanor charge of operating under the influence after his arrest in Damariscotta late Tuesday, June 20.
A Jefferson man was sentenced Monday, June 12 to four months in jail and four years of probation for aggravated assault, according to court documents.
The Save the Stalls campaign underway at the First Baptist Church of Nobleboro aims to raise money for repairs to a barn adjoining the parsonage.