At its regularly scheduled meeting on Thursday, Nov. 30, the LincolnHealth Board of Trustees adopted a system-wide reorganization that would align all MaineHealth organizations and their boards under a single board of trustees and a unified financial structure. This change in governance has been discussed for the past year as a “unification” of the health-care system’s members.
The Knox County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a report of inappropriate contact between a Medomak Valley High School staff member and a student and the RSU 40 Board of Directors has voted to hold a dismissal hearing for an employee.
As of Tuesday, Nov. 28, viewers of Lincoln County Television need to go to channel 1301 instead of channel 7, much to the chagrin of LCTV leadership and town officials.
The Waldoboro Board of Selectmen will pursue a moratorium on recreational-marijuana businesses rather than an indefinite ban, contrary to the Waldoboro Marijuana Committee’s recommendation.
The first-ever Villages of Light celebration took place in Damariscotta and Newcastle on Saturday, Nov. 25. The event was the culmination of five months of work by a small committee of community members with the goal of bringing more holiday spirit to the Twin Villages.
The men of the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office have forgone shaving their facial hair for the past month to raise funds for prostate cancer.
Despite a speedy response from local firefighters, fire destroyed a single-wide mobile home at 24 Fowle Hill Road in Wiscasset the morning of Tuesday, Nov. 28.
A Boothbay Harbor family has reopened the general store in Edgecomb as Cohen’s Corner General Store.
The community’s desire for more transparency around Lincoln Academy’s finances was the foremost concern expressed during AOS 93’s public forum about Lincoln Academy on Wednesday, Nov. 15.
A jury could not reach a verdict on 20 of 22 charges of sex and drug crimes against Lincoln County Sheriff’s Deputy Kenneth L. Hatch III after his week-long trial. The jury acquitted Hatch of the other two charges Monday, Nov. 20.
Parents expressed a mix of concern about the current state of Whitefield Elementary School, including for students’ safety, and hope for the school’s future during a public forum in the school gym Wednesday, Nov. 15.
A small group of Damariscotta residents gathered at Great Salt Bay Community School on Thursday, Nov. 16 to discuss how the town should regulate recreational marijuana businesses.
A Damariscotta Planning Board member chose not to stand during the Pledge of Allegiance at the beginning of the board’s meeting Monday, Nov. 13.
It isn’t every day one runs into a couple that has been married for 50 years. It is even rarer to be in the presence of such a couple on the very day of their golden anniversary.