The head detective at the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office and recent winner of a statewide award says he isn’t doing anything extraordinary, but his record and his boss say otherwise.
A transient with a murder conviction is back in custody after his arrest in Damariscotta on Monday, March 19 in connection with recent car thefts.
A former employee of Damariscotta Hardware and Randolph Hardware has admitted to stealing thousands of dollars in merchandise from the stores over nearly six years.
A 31-year-old male dance instructor faces a felony charge of sexual abuse of a minor in a case involving a student at a Newcastle studio.
Lincoln County Republicans backed former Maine Department of Health and Human Services Commissioner Mary Mayhew for governor in a straw poll at the county caucus.
As the high school basketball playoffs begin, we encourage our readers to go out and support our local teams. You can find a schedule on page 15 in our print edition.
Sightings of endangered shortnose sturgeon in Damariscotta Mills in early January have caught the attention of a scientist with the Maine Department of Marine Resources.
A landmark business in Damariscotta will soon have new ownership, as the Pierce family prepares to sell Yellowfront Grocery to local business owners Gary and Jane Gravel.
About a dozen Edgecomb voters approved moratoriums on recreational-marijuana businesses and floating structures during a special town meeting at the town hall Tuesday, Jan. 16.
A Lincoln County grand jury has indicted Shawna L. Gatto on a charge of depraved indifference murder in connection with the December death of her fiance’s granddaughter, 4-year-old Kendall Chick.
A wheel separated from a station wagon southbound on Route 1 in Nobleboro the afternoon of Wednesday, Dec. 27, striking and damaging two other vehicles.
The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office has arrested a former teacher at Coastal Christian School in Waldoboro and charged her with the sexual assault of a student under the age of 14.
A train ride to Massachusetts to buy drugs and an attentive conductor have landed a former Westport Island heroin dealer in prison for six years.
A former Boothbay man has pleaded guilty to reckless conduct with a dangerous weapon, a felony, in connection with his accidental shooting of another man in Boothbay on May 1.