After months of discussion and several meetings, more than 40 Edgecomb residents approved the purchase of a new fire truck with no comment during a special town meeting Monday, June 4.
Nobleboro native Brendan Parsons will kick off his Newcastle raw bar’s first full season with a new name during its grand reopening Saturday, June 2.
Almost every day, someone driving along Route 1 will pull off onto the Dodge Road in Edgecomb to see what’s going on at Twisted Iron Customs, owner Mike Benner said.
Edgecomb residents will soon vote on the purchase of a new fire truck after an overwhelmingly positive conversation during the annual town meeting Saturday, May 19.
Damariscotta Fire Chief John Roberts’ first haircut in 2018 raised more than $1,400 for the Central Lincoln County Ambulance Service.
For John and Sarah McNeil, the thought of one day starting and owning their own brewery had, for a long time, been just a dream the couple would talk about from time to time.
Bristol Fire and Rescue recently recognized a New Harbor couple for their combined 100 years of service to the department.
An increasing need for a haircut inspired a local fire chief to raise money for the Central Lincoln County Ambulance Service.
The aisles of Main Street Grocery in Damariscotta were cleared of customers shortly before noon, Saturday, April 7, as three people prepared to run through the store on 60-second shopping sprees paid for by a local dealership.
An expected cost increase for ambulance service, improvements to the town hall, and raises for town officials are among the budget items Edgecomb voters will consider during the annual town meeting in May.
While the Edgecomb School Committee has approved a 2018-2019 education budget with a 6.7 percent increase from last year’s budget, taxpayers will feel less than half of the increase due to other revenues coming into the town.
A driver was airlifted to Maine Medical Center in Portland after a car accident near the entrance to LincolnHealth’s Miles Campus on Bristol Road in Damariscotta the afternoon of Tuesday, April 3.
Alna residents voted to restrict K-8 school choice to public schools and to purchase a modular building to replace the town office during the annual town meeting Friday and Saturday, March 23 and 24.
Despite unrelenting snowfall that resulted in the cancellation of school, dozens of students and community members made their way to the Lincoln Academy campus the morning of Wednesday, March 14 to participate in a nationwide walkout to demand action on gun violence.