While one is often tempted to venture out in search of information, it is often the case that one need look no further than right under one’s proverbial nose for answers to what one wants to know. This is certainly the case as far as my fellow employees here at The Lincoln County News go. In the following Q&A, they share some of their springtime home-and-garden tips:
Tables are selling quickly for the Lincoln County Yard Sale to be held at the Central Lincoln County YMCA in Damariscotta on Saturday, April 27.
The Damariscotta Region Chamber of Commerce’s 2019 guide is now available.
Knox-Lincoln Soil & Water Conservation District, in cooperation with Maine Resource and Recovery Association, is again offering local residents the opportunity to improve soil and conserve water right in their own backyards at deep discount prices.
Spring is here and along with it is Bristol’s annual recognition of the late Elmer Tarr, who walked from his house to Pemaquid Point nearly every day for many years and picked up the trash along the roadside.
The second April project of the Waldoborough Historical Society will be its first 2019 indoor yard sale, to be held on Saturday and Sunday, April 13 and 14 from 8 a.m. to noon at the West Waldoboro School/Community Building, located on Bremen Road in Waldoboro.
The Lincoln County Council of the Mountains to Shore Board of Realtors will host an American Red Cross blood drive at Ames True Value Hardware, 447 Bath Road, Wiscasset, on Thursday, May 2 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
At the Bristol Area Lions Club meeting on Monday, April 1, Lion Chris Leeman received his 10-year chevron from Lions Club President Brendan Donegan.
Lincoln Academy, in Newcastle, has a mystery it would like help solving. Does anyone know who made the fish-shaped weathervane that sits on top of the bell tower spire? Does anyone know why a fish was chosen? Does anyone know why there is an “X” in an oval in the body of the fish?
On March 27, the board of the Damariscotta River Association-Pemaquid Watershed Association, now a unified organization, adopted the name of Coastal Rivers Conservation Trust.
Wiscasset’s first annual Community Roadside Trash Pickup Day will be held Saturday, April 27 from 8 a.m. to noon.
The Lincoln County News judges have spoken. Now it’s up to readers to decide the March winner of the #LCNme365 photo contest.
Ovens Mouth is one of the region’s most spectacular natural sites. Bordered on the north by Edgecomb and on the south by Boothbay, Ovens Mouth encompasses the narrow passage leading from the Sheepscot and Back rivers to the extensive Cross River tidal basin.
After a long, cold winter, it is time to start spring cleaning. What better way to clean the house, garage, basement, or attic than to convert some of that clutter into cash?
Every animal deserves a forever home. This is the core belief behind Midcoast Humane’s new campaign, No Paw Left Behind, a community initiative to help long-term, overlooked pets find their forever homes. Led by volunteers and staff at Midcoast Humane, the campaign ensures that every dog and cat who is ready to be adopted finds a family within 90 days.