Longtime Waldoboro resident Marguerite Hills celebrated her 100th birthday at Broad Bay Congregational United Church of Christ in Waldoboro the afternoon of Sunday, May 21, prior to her birthday Thursday, May 25.
A box truck’s passenger-side mirror struck a bicyclist on Route 1 in Waldoboro the afternoon of Wednesday, May 24, sending the bicyclist to a local hospital with a head injury.
Four Lincoln County natives spoke about their experiences in returning to their birthplace and becoming the next generation of business owners in the Twin Villages in the Porter Meeting Hall of Skidompha Library the evening of Tuesday, May 23.
Two Damariscotta residents have declared themselves write-in candidates for the Damariscotta Board of Selectmen.
Few customers attended the Wiscasset Water District’s public hearing Tuesday, May 23 to hear the rationale behind the district’s proposal to implement sharp rate increases over the next two years.
Two rescue dogs will be more likely to find new homes after their graduation from Beyond the Bars, a new dog obedience program at Two Bridges Regional Jail.
Two of Richard Chutter’s biggest passions in life are sailing and inventing. After combining the two and successfully applying for a patent, Chutter hopes to find someone to help him complete a prototype of his design for a high-performing sailboat.
The superintendent of the Central Lincoln County School System for the last six years, Maine’s Superintendent of the Year in 2014, will step down at the end of the school year.
An 82-year-old man with Alzheimer’s disease who went missing in the area of Upper Round Pond Road in Bristol on Tuesday, May 23 was found “upright and talking but cold and wet” by the Maine Warden Service early Wednesday.
There were several attempts to amend RSU 12’s $21.46 million budget during the district’s annual budget meeting at Chelsea Elementary School on Thursday, May 18, but voters defeated those motions and approved the 2017-2018 budget as presented.
A handful of Jefferson voters offered near-unanimous support to approve the 2017-2018 education budget without changes during an open meeting at Jefferson Village School the evening of Tuesday, May 23.
The Damariscotta Region Chamber of Commerce celebrated its accomplishments in the past year and presented awards during its annual meeting in the Lincoln Academy Alumni Dining Commons the evening of Thursday, May 18.
The courtroom at West Bath District Court was full Friday, May 19 with family, friends, and colleagues who turned out to watch Jonathan Liberman take the oath of office as the district attorney for Knox, Lincoln, Sagadahoc, and Waldo counties.
Brendan Parsons is one step closer to opening his raw bar and retail shop at 68 Main St. in Newcastle after the Newcastle Planning Board approved his application during its meeting Thursday, May 18.
The town of Damariscotta has received another donation for its waterfront improvement project from an anonymous donor.