Newcastle voters approved a $1 million line of credit for roadwork, as well as the municipal budget, during annual town meeting Monday, June 18.
The RSU 12 Board of Directors, on Wednesday, June 13, received updates on efforts to address concerns about bullying and other issues at Whitefield Elementary School.
Damariscotta residents approved a land transfer for a fire training facility and rejected an attempt to restrict the use of electronic signs in the C2 district during the annual town meeting Wednesday, June 13.
Dresden voters amended seven articles during annual town meeting Saturday, June 16, including an amendment to ensure the selectmen consult the fire department before they appoint its officers.
Calvin and Marjorie Dodge, of Damariscotta, were given two honors Wednesday, June 13 at Damariscotta’s annual town meeting: one planned, one a surprise.
The Waldoboro Planning Board got its first look at a proposal for a farm stand and wellness store at Cider Hill Farm, near downtown Waldoboro, Wednesday, June 13.
Mr. Ribs, a new Southern-style barbecue spot at 603 Main St. in Damariscotta, sold out three hours before closing time during its grand opening, Saturday, June 2.
Hundreds of people celebrated the life of Isabelle Manahan at the Damariscotta River Association’s Great Salt Bay Farm in Damariscotta on a sunny Thursday morning, June 14.
Split Rock Distilling co-owners Topher Mallory and Matt Page now have a new business operating out of the distillery’s headquarters in the red barn at 16 Osprey Point Road in Newcastle.
The Friends of Colonial Pemaquid, a volunteer organization that promotes Colonial Pemaquid’s historical significance, was started by “three powerful women” 25 years ago, in October 1993, according to 95-year-old founding member Bob Howell.
“It’s not every day a church celebrates its 200th anniversary,” said one fifth-generation parishioner present for the anniversary Mass at St. Denis Church in Whitefield on Sunday, June 10.
Home is 100 square feet made of wood and metal, with three windows facing each other. At least for 16-year-old John Rankin it is.
Consigning Women, of Damariscotta, will move into the Parker Interiors building in downtown Newcastle in mid-September.
The Wiscasset, Waterville & Farmington Railway Museum will host the first-ever Alna Day from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, June 16.
A father and son from Massachusetts sustained severe burns when a propane leak caused an explosion and fire at their friend’s summer home on Dutch Neck Road in Waldoboro the evening of Thursday, June 14.