The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office is investigating what caused a vehicle to go into the Pemaquid River off Hanna’s Landing in Bristol the afternoon of Monday, Sept. 5.
After an unsuccessful application for a grant to help finance improvements to the Bristol Mills fish ladder, the Bristol Board of Selectmen met Aug. 24 to discuss alternatives to the project, including the possibility of removing the Bristol Mills Dam.
Throughout the month of September, Rising Tide Community Market will be undertaking a major parking lot rehabilitation project, however, the co-op will remain open to serve its customers.
Three months after opening a dessert cart in downtown Damariscotta, SugarSpell Sweets owner April Morrison is expanding the business to take her sweet treats on the road.
Members of the Alewife Harvesters of Maine from across Maine and New Hampshire traveled to Dresden for the organization’s annual pig roast on Saturday, Aug. 27.
After 15 years of owning Salt Bay Framers, Brad Perry is looking for someone to purchase the Damariscotta business.
After almost twelve years of leasing farm land, the owners of Morning Dew Farm are ready to put down permanent roots with the purchase of a 68-acre property on Route 1 in Damariscotta that was nearly the site of a Wal-Mart.
Lincoln County Republicans and supporters gathered under sunny skies Saturday, Aug. 20 for the Lincoln County Republican Committee’s pig roast on Damariscotta Lake in Newcastle.
After meeting earlier this summer with landowners frustrated about restrictions the state plans to put on their property, Maine Department of Transportation officials returned with a less restrictive list of allowed uses for the land around Sherman Marsh.
A physicist and summer resident of South Bristol has watched the study of general relativity, the area he has devoted 50 years of his life to, become one of the most exciting fields of study in physics.
For the past few weeks, members of two local churches have been holding weekly, hour-long vigils to protest racism at Veterans Memorial Park in Newcastle.
Representatives of six towns and several organizations in central Lincoln County met at the Damariscotta Fire Department on Thursday, Aug. 18 to participate in a tabletop exercise focusing on how they would respond to a Category 1 hurricane.
The Dresden Planning Board will hold a public hearing for a medical marijuana greenhouse on Dodge Road on Tuesday, Sept. 6.
A Damariscotta-based taxi service has quietly been under new management for the past year and a half.