Good things come to those who wait, LincolnHealth President and CEO Jim Donovan told a crowd of LincolnHealth officials and community members during a celebration at The 1812 Farm in Bristol Mills the evening of Tuesday, Aug. 1. The event celebrated the kickoff of the public fundraising campaign for the hospital’s $13.7 million outpatient health center, which is slated for completion in summer 2018.
After the town received three separate inquiries on the subject in the past week, a majority of the Damariscotta Board of Selectmen spoke against pursuing a moratorium on commercial development Tuesday, Aug. 1.
As the interim superintendent of AOS 93, Jim Hodgkin knows the most important work during the school year will not be accomplished within the central office, but rather in the classrooms in each of the five schools that make up the Central Lincoln County School System.
Lobstering has been a part of Merritt Wotton’s life since he was 10 years old on his father’s boat. Now, at 23, not only does Merritt own his own boat, he is also the manager of a lobster bake catering business and a food trailer.
Damariscotta Police Chief Jason Warlick said Officer Erick Halpin has been promoted to the rank of sergeant. The sergeant ranks second to the chief in the department. Warlick held the position until he became acting police chief in January.
Two separate accidents in Damariscotta the afternoon of Monday, July 31 were caused by drivers’ failure to yield, according to the Damariscotta Police Department.
A former Bremen and Damariscotta selectman and current Damariscotta resident has received a summons for felony theft after directing a contractor to remove a culvert from a neighbor’s driveway within the right-of-way of a town-owned road.
Almost four months after appearing before the Damariscotta Planning Board to discuss his plans for a commercial project along Main Street, a Portland developer has filed a site plan review application to build three commercial buildings with room for a total of six businesses.
The preservation of Bristol’s unique character was the focus of concerns expressed by residents during a public hearing about an ordinance to temporarily ban recreational marijuana-related businesses and about the use of electronic signs in the town.
After the Maine Department of Transportation said it would not place any seasonal speed bumps in Damariscotta Mills, the Newcastle Board of Selectmen continued to brainstorm ways to increase pedestrian safety in the village.
A public hearing Wednesday, July 19 was Damariscotta’s “first bite of the apple” in determining how, if at all, the town will regulate retail marijuana shops, social clubs, commercial cultivation, and other operations, according to Damariscotta Board of Selectmen Chair Robin Mayer.
After numerous public meetings and workshops, the Bremen Land Use Ordinance received approval from voters during a special town meeting at the town office Thursday, July 20.
A chiropractor with more than 20 years of experience who practiced in Nobleboro from 2013-2015 recently reopened his renamed practice in Newcastle.
The Damariscotta Board of Selectmen, on Wednesday, July 19, voted unanimously to confirm the appointment of Jason Warlick as the town’s police chief.