By correctly spelling the word chutney in the final round of competition, South Bristol sixth-grader Olivia Stiles secured her victory during the Lincoln County Spelling Bee at Great Salt Bay Community School in Damariscotta Tuesday, Feb. 2.
Visitors to the annual ice harvest at the Thompson Ice House in South Bristol will be greeted by a new addition, as a building is under construction to house the organization’s archives and an expansion of the existing museum.
Great Salt Bay Community School is offering students new and innovative ways to learn through the integration of technology into the classroom.
Meg Dexter would not have traded the experience of having her father, Arthur Dexter, as her high school principal.
The new owner of the former Piper Village property is in search of a developer to transform the Damariscotta property into a retirement community.
An Augusta man on probation for trafficking cocaine is facing new drug-trafficking charges after drug paraphernalia, prescription pills, and cash were located in his vehicle during a traffic stop in Damariscotta Friday, Jan. 22.
To sum up Teddy Dee in one word would be an impossible task, according to his wife of 34 years, Patti Dee.
Members of Alpha Sigma Gamma, Lincoln Academy’s service fraternity, scattered across the county to help residents out by doing a variety of jobs, chores, and tasks in celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Monday, Jan. 20.
A Pemaquid woman is looking for committee members to help make a Bristol dog park a reality.
The town of Damariscotta is planning to request bids for winter maintenance on the town’s roads and the downtown area. The board is scheduled to discuss the matter during the board’s meeting Wednesday, Jan. 20.
The cause of a fire that destroyed a two-story barn and workshop at 492 State Route 129 in South Bristol early Thursday morning, Jan. 14 is undetermined, according to officials at the State Fire Marshal’s Office.
Damariscotta Town Manager Matt Lutkus will retire at the end of 2016, after five years in the position.
A Waldoboro man was arrested Nov. 17 after local law enforcement agencies seized guns, heroin, and $250,000 in stolen gold coins from his home during searches Nov. 17 and 21.
For the past 16 years, Joel Lind and his father, Gordon Lind, have replaced a Thanksgiving turkey dinner with chili and coffee from a food truck in New York City.