Dunkin’ Donuts in Damariscotta recently reopened after completing a renovation to freshen up the store’s appearance.
Prominent local author and educator Nancie Atwell has pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor theft charge stemming from an incident at Renys in Damariscotta in March.
The Maine Department of Transportation has postponed its plans to place a conservation easement on more than 130 acres around Sherman Marsh and expressed willingness to negotiate certain details with property owners.
Hagar Enterprises Inc. is scheduled to finish its work on three of Damariscotta’s state-maintained roads later this month.
A Damariscotta restaurant was one of seven family-owned companies recognized during the annual Maine Family Business Awards gala Tuesday, June 7.
A Damariscotta man will serve 18 months in prison and pay almost $15,000 in restitution for his part in a string of burglaries around Lincoln County in the spring of last year.
A teenager was taken to the hospital after a single-car accident that closed one lane of Route 32 in Bristol on the afternoon of Tuesday, June 7.
No injuries were reported when a Nobleboro woman drove her vehicle into the Coveside Condominiums building on Elm Street in Damariscotta Sunday afternoon, June 5.
The Maine State Fire Marshal’s Office believes a “human element” contributed to a fire that destroyed an abandoned shack in the Round Pond area of Bristol the afternoon of Sunday, June 5.
After more than four decades at Lincoln Academy, the Newcastle high school’s longest-serving faculty member has decided to retire.
The Damariscotta Police Department says a woman and man going door to door claiming to be searching for their lost dog may be casing homes for future burglaries.
The Maine Department of Transportation and Cianbro are preparing to open the new drawbridge in South Bristol to both vehicles and boat traffic prior to the end of the month.
The Boothbay Harbor Country Club celebrated the completion of its new clubhouse with a ribbon-cutting ceremony May 11, a week prior to the club’s opening May 18.
A fish living in the Damariscotta Police Department has inspired a popular “cupcake cake” in the bakery at Hannaford Supermarket in Damariscotta.