The Great Salt Bay School Committee approved the 2018-2019 budget with a 3.12 percent increase and without funds for a school resource officer Wednesday, April 11.
Dr. Craig Jurgensen, the soon-to-be superintendent of the Central Lincoln County School System, said he is excited to soon be living and working in a “beautiful place that values education.”
The sale of Emporium Engraving in Newcastle will fulfill the owners’ wishes to keep the business local, as it will move only a short walk down Mills Road to Louis Doe Home Center.
Municipal recycling centers and transfer stations across Lincoln County are in search of solutions for recycling plastic due to changes both in the international plastics market and at the county recycling plant.
The AOS 93 Board hired Dr. Craig Jurgensen as the school district’s new superintendent Tuesday, April 10.
Damariscotta Police Chief Jason Warlick will discuss the idea of a school resource officer at Great Salt Bay Community School with the Great Salt Bay School Committee at 6 p.m., Wednesday, April 11.
The owners of King Eider’s Pub in downtown Damariscotta have been named “Restaurateurs of the Year” by the Maine Restaurant Association.
“My hands are filthy!” 8-year-old Rosy Kate Adams exclaimed while throwing her hands in the air, showing her “elder” friend Roberta Atkinson the mess she had made.
The Damariscotta Board of Appeals voted 3-2 that an appeal from Our Town regarding the 435 Main St. project did not have standing and dismissed the appeal Tuesday, March 27.
A crowd of people lined the Damariscotta-Newcastle Bridge from noon to 1:30 p.m., Saturday, March 24 as part of the nationwide March for Our Lives, an effort to prevent school shootings.
Damariscotta residents voted to approve the purchase of the barbershop site in the municipal parking lot for the site of new public restrooms during a special town meeting Wednesday, March 21.
To celebrate the release of the film adaptation of “A Wrinkle in Time,” Skidompha Library in downtown Damariscotta invited families to a Wrinkle in Time Extravaganza on Saturday, March 17.
Around 40 South Bristol residents approved a 43-article warrant in the span of about an hour and a half during the annual town meeting Wednesday, March 14 at South Bristol School.
Bristol residents approved a decision to hire a full-time fire chief during an open town meeting lasting almost four hours on the evening of Tuesday, March 20.