The early fundraising efforts of the Clary Lake Association have amazed members and encouraged them on to their goal of $80,000 to purchase the dam and restore the lake’s historical water level.
The aisles of Main Street Grocery in Damariscotta were cleared of customers shortly before noon, Saturday, April 7, as three people prepared to run through the store on 60-second shopping sprees paid for by a local dealership.
A Connecticut man under investigation in connection with a shooting in his home state has been sentenced to 2 1/2 years in a Maine prison for trafficking narcotics in Wiscasset.
The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office believes detectives have recovered all the money – about $2,600 – taken in the New Harbor bank robbery April 2.
Nobleboro’s newest – and only – centenarian celebrated his 100th birthday with friends and three generations of his family Tuesday, April 3.
Precision Tool Repair, of Damariscotta, will relocate to Waldoboro in May.
The business will move from its location at 74 Biscay Road in Damariscotta to a new facility at 855 Atlantic Highway in Waldoboro on May 5.
Damariscotta Police Chief Jason Warlick will discuss the idea of a school resource officer at Great Salt Bay Community School with the Great Salt Bay School Committee at 6 p.m., Wednesday, April 11.
An expected cost increase for ambulance service, improvements to the town hall, and raises for town officials are among the budget items Edgecomb voters will consider during the annual town meeting in May.
The Jefferson Market, the grocery store and takeout business in the village that closed abruptly in February, will go to foreclosure auction next month.
The principal of Nobleboro Central School will soon depart to become the director of curriculum, instruction, and assessment for AOS 93.
While the Edgecomb School Committee has approved a 2018-2019 education budget with a 6.7 percent increase from last year’s budget, taxpayers will feel less than half of the increase due to other revenues coming into the town.
About 100 people attended a public hearing at the Wiscasset Community Center on Tuesday, April 3 regarding Wiscasset’s upcoming referendum vote on whether to continue a lawsuit against the Maine Department of Transportation.
A driver who was allegedly under the influence crossed the centerline of River Road in Dresden and caused a head-on crash late Friday, March 30.
A driver was airlifted to Maine Medical Center in Portland after a car accident near the entrance to LincolnHealth’s Miles Campus on Bristol Road in Damariscotta the afternoon of Tuesday, April 3.