The town of Waldoboro accepted the ownership of a 1998 GMC Sierra seized as part of a drug investigation last fall. The Waldoboro Board of Selectmen approved the transfer of the asset to the town during their regularly scheduled meeting on Jan. 13.
Members of Whitefield’s town property committee presented selectmen with project costs for a new town building center.
Bremen businessman and philanthropist Dan Goldenson said his Damariscotta business venture and local charitable efforts will continue despite losing $2.5 million of his own funds to investment fraud.
Rendle A. Jones, Esq., chairman of the Camden National Corporation Board of Directors, announced that Gregory A. Dufour has succeeded Robert W. Daigle as president and chief executive officer of Camden National Corporation (NASDAQ®: AC; the “company”) effective Jan. 1. This succession plan was previously announced at the company’s annual meeting on April 29.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has granted the Wiscasset Tidal Resources Project for the Sheepscot River acceptance for filing and comment.
A lawmaker, businesses, citizens and medical groups have formed a coalition in support of measures designed to reduce health care costs throughout the system.
Bremen residents met at the Town Center to discuss the Alternative Organizational Structure Jan. 8 in advance of the Jan. 27 vote on the local school consolidation plan.
Four fire departments were called out in the frigid temperatures to extinguish a fire on a barge at Washburn & Doughty.
Heather and Jason Knowles of Windsor are pleased to announce the arrival of a baby girl, Maggie Lane Knowles.
Hundreds of Lincoln County residents not only attended the live stream of the Inauguration of President Barack Obama at the Lincoln Theater on Jan. 20, but others took the long trek to Washington, D.C. to personally witness history in the making.
A $400,000 shortfall for Two Bridges Regional Jail has kept the Jail Authority sifting the current budget to find ways to cover costs until June.
Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office deputies and officers rushed to the scene of a domestic dispute last Tuesday between two brothers in Damariscotta Mills and arrested and booked one of them on a charge of threatening with a dangerous weapon.
The National Weather Service (NWS) has upgraded a Winter Storm Watch to a Winter Storm Warning in advance of a weather system forecast to deliver another batch of snowfall to Lincoln County beginning Weds. morning. The potential exists for significant snowfall accumulating to 10-15 inches by late Weds. night, according to the NWS. Some forecasts are indicating that immediate coastal areas and peninsulas in Lincoln County may see less snowfall accumulation as some precipitation may fall as rain or mix.
Volunteers at Kno-Wal-Lin Home Care and Hospice are offering a unique way to honor and remember Kno-Wal-Lin clients who have died. At a family’s request, Kno-Wal-Lin volunteers will fashion a “memory bear” using the fabrics from a client’s life. These can be from a favorite handkerchief, apron, blouse, dress, flannel shirt, jeans, or other cloth material.