A transient with a 1984 murder conviction and a “very lengthy criminal history” will return to prison for 1.5 years for stealing cars in Damariscotta.
The Maine Supreme Judicial Court has suspended local attorney Jonathan C. Hull from practicing law in the state, citing misconduct that poses “an imminent threat to clients, the public, and to the administration of justice.”
A Jefferson man on probation for assaulting a relative in July 2015 has begun a four-year, two-month sentence for violating his probation by threatening two people with knives May 18.
The Damariscotta Police Department has arrested a local attorney on charges related to taking thousands of dollars, which he later repaid, from a nonprofit that facilitates student exchanges between Bath and a city in Japan.
The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office has added three full-time patrol deputies since April: David Bellows, Alonzo Connor, and Andrew Miner.
After more than a year at large, a New Harbor woman accused of embezzling more than $50,000 from a local store has turned herself in.
A Bristol man was flown to a Lewiston hospital with non-life-threatening injuries after an antique sports car crashed near Pemaquid Point on Monday, July 9.
April L. Blake, 46, of Waldoboro, pleaded guilty June 25 to the April 2 robbery of the Damariscotta Bank and Trust branch in New Harbor.
The town of Wiscasset terminated Wiscasset Ambulance Service Director Toby J. Martin’s contract Thursday, June 28, and does not plan to look for another director.
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.