A fire started in the enclosed back porch of a house at 1181 West Alna Road in Alna the morning of Saturday, Oct. 6. No one was hurt in the fire.
A Boothbay Harbor man won the September #LCNme365 photo contest by two votes with his picture of boats in the harbor on a foggy day.
The chair of the Somerville Board of Selectmen abruptly adjourned its Oct. 3 meeting after a resident directed the term “idiot” at one of the selectmen and declined to leave the meeting when asked.
“There’s a huge feral cat problem” on Townhouse Road in Whitefield, a county animal control officer told the Whitefield Board of Selectmen on Tuesday, Oct. 2.
The 12th annual Damariscotta Pumpkinfest kicked off with a weigh-off full of both triumph and loss, as one giant pumpkin nearly cracked the event’s record, while another cracked itself en route to the event.
The Bristol Board of Selectmen terminated a contract with N.F. Luce Inc. for work on Varney Bridge, which carries Redonnett Mill Road over the Pemaquid River, at the request of the contractor Sept. 19.
A Whitefield woman, her adult son, and their three puppies safely exited the woman’s three-story home at 176 Cooper Road after the outbreak of a small electrical fire the afternoon of Monday, Oct. 1.
Wiscasset School Committee Vice Chair Jason Putnam, D-Wiscasset, is challenging two-term incumbent state Rep. Jeffery Hanley, R-Pittston, in House District 87, which consists of Alna, Pittston, Randolph, and Wiscasset.
State Rep. Jeffery Hanley, R-Pittston, is running for a third term representing House District 87: Alna, Pittston, Randolph, and Wiscasset.
Waldoboro has a redemption center again, with the new Corner Redemption Center open five days a week at Kaler’s Corner.
There are two new options for a luxurious stay in Boothbay Harbor.
Almost 200 members of the Damariscotta River Association and Pemaquid Watershed Association overwhelmingly approved the unification of the land trusts in a town meeting-style vote at Darrows Barn in Damariscotta, Tuesday, Sept. 25.
Damariscotta has received an anonymous $1 million pledge for improvements to the waterfront, including the new public restrooms, according to Town Manager Matt Lutkus.
A former state trooper on probation for sex crimes against a 13-year-old girl was arrested earlier this month after allegedly confessing to contact with minor girls and other probation violations.