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.
Harry Emmons celebrated his 100th birthday with family and friends at his home, Schooner Cove in Damariscotta, Friday, June 9.
What makes a good father?
I was considering this question this week before Father’s Day. As the father of a 20-month-old, I decided I should ask someone with more experience.
The new head of the patrol division at the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office is a 25-year veteran of the agency.
A building contractor with a flair for creative projects and 20 years of experience in the design and construction of high-end homes and landscapes has opened an office in Damariscotta.
A former Waldoboro man began a one-year prison sentence Friday, May 19 for trafficking cocaine in Waldoboro in 2014.
A Lincoln County grand jury has indicted a 20-year-old Friendship man on charges in connection with the alleged sexual assault of a 14-year-old girl in Waldoboro in early December 2016.
A 61-year-old local man with a long criminal history could return to prison after leading police on a brief chase in Boothbay on Saturday, May 13, then crashing his truck, which contained a loaded gun.
If you have any interest in politics and the media, I encourage you to attend an upcoming panel discussion and community conversation about real vs. fake news and how to tell the difference.
Lincoln County’s 2016 Deputy Sheriff of the Year is a 20-plus-year veteran of the agency whose career in Maine law enforcement dates to the early 1970s and who was once half of the top K-9 team on the East Coast.
A woman who local police say embezzled more than $50,000 from a New Harbor convenience store is at large after failing to appear for a recent extradition hearing in Colorado.
A Jefferson man who fled the scene of a domestic assault Feb. 18, starting a manhunt that ended when he turned himself in three days later, pleaded guilty to aggravated assault, a felony, May 3.