Maine Commissioner of Education Pender Makin kicked off a recent AOS 93 professional development day with reflections on her transition into the Maine Department of Education and remarks about the department’s focus for the future.
After a meeting between the South Bristol Board of Selectmen and representatives of the Maine Department of Transportation, a contractor will remove a portion of a concrete slab underneath the new drawbridge in South Bristol.
Voters elected Kristine Poland to the Bristol Board of Selectmen and Clyde Pendleton to the Bristol Parks and Recreation Commission at the polls Monday, March 18.
As part of its process to develop a new strategic plan, the Great Salt Bay School Committee is seeking community feedback.
The Damariscotta Police Department has filled one of two full-time vacancies with a former sergeant at the Wiscasset Police Department.
More than 100 people donned their finest period wear for the Through the Pages costume ball at Skidompha Library on Friday, Feb. 22 to support efforts to digitize the entire archives of The Lincoln County News.
The complete archives of The Lincoln County News will soon be on their way to the Midwest for digitization.
“He’s kind of ‘Moneyball’ed’ the entire thing,” Medomak Valley High School girls varsity basketball coach Ryan McNelly said of the stats tracking his older brother, Lucas McNelly, does for the basketball team.
Skidompha Library recently received a $30,000 grant for a digitization project that would make the complete archives of The Lincoln County News available to the public online for the first time.
A Jefferson man was taken to a hospital with non-life-threatening head and leg injuries after his 1965 Jaguar crashed into the porch of a Nobleboro home the morning of Friday, Oct. 19.
Coastal Car Wash and Detail Center, a business that began due to one man’s love of cars, is celebrating its 25th anniversary in Damariscotta this month.
Over the past year, Smitten Collectibles and Nerdy Treasures owner Susan Chalmers has been encouraging young readers through a book club that offers gift certificates to her store.
Dylan Metrano first approached his wife, Mandy, with his idea to start a chocolate company on Monhegan Island last fall. Less than a year later, La Nef Chocolate is producing small-batch artisan chocolates available at island businesses.
Monhegan Island welcomed a new business in late June, as year-round residents Carley Mayhew and Mott Feibusch started production at Monhegan Coffee Roasters.
SugarSpell Sweets owner April Morrison is opening a year-round weekend storefront in New Harbor, a major expansion of the business that started with a dessert cart two years ago.