Hilltop Stop founders Gary and Jane Gravel have bought back the Damariscotta store they established in 2011 and plan changes to the dining room and menu, as well as an expansion of the gas station.
This week, I want to take this space to say a word about two of our columns – one brand new and one some 500 or so columns in.
A former dance instructor at a Newcastle studio pleaded guilty June 11 to felony sexual abuse of a former student.
A father and son from Massachusetts sustained severe burns when a propane leak caused an explosion and fire at their friend’s summer home on Dutch Neck Road in Waldoboro the evening of Thursday, June 14.
Lincoln Academy freshman Isabelle Manahan, 15, of Newcastle, has died of injuries sustained in a car crash in Edgecomb the afternoon of Friday, June 8, according to a spokesperson for the family.
A Jefferson man pleaded guilty May 29 to two counts of felony possession of child pornography.
A 26-year-old Augusta man will serve four years in prison and must repay $40,950 for the June 2017 theft of an 80-year-old Wiscasset man’s safe.
Lincoln Academy expects a dip in boarding enrollment next year, in line with a trend of fewer Chinese students going to high school in America.
Six of the seven Democratic candidates for governor talked about the state’s economic challenges, funding for education and social programs, and how to win in November during a forum in Damariscotta on Saturday, May 12.
Lincoln County has its own Batman – an expert in bat eviction and guano cleanup who removes bats quickly and thoroughly, but with a sense of duty to the animals.
Here’s a Mother’s Day quiz: what’s harder than being a mother?
U.S. Sen. Angus King, I-Maine, toured Buzz Maine and the CLC YMCA in Damariscotta and discussed flood protection with local officials during a visit to the county Friday, April 27.
A Bristol man sought by police on a warrant for sexual assault sustained life-threatening injuries in a motorcycle crash in Bristol on Sunday, April 22.
A then-Maine Marine Patrol officer who was driving a pickup truck the wrong way on Route 1 in Damariscotta when he struck a tractor-trailer head-on last summer has admitted to operating under the influence at the time of the crash.