The long awaited 2007 audit of the Boothbay Region Humane Society (BRHS) shows the organization has net assets of $2 million.
Concerned about the affect of the economy on Maine’s lobstering industry, businesses in Midcoast Maine have begun organizing grassroots events to revitalize the market and show support for local fishermen.
Revenues for the next biennium will dive $331.4 million dollars below current levels, members of the Revenue Forecasting Committee predicted Friday.
Jessica Libby and Nathaniel Winchenbach of Friendship are pleased to announce the arrival of a baby girl, Remi Elizabeth Winchenbach, born in Rockport at Pen Bay Medical Center on October 4.
The Nobleboro Historical Society and Nobleboro Central School are working together to preserve the stories of war and the lives of local veterans.
The Bremen Lobster Realty Co-op hopes to remove the decaying hull of a wooden schooner, make repairs to their lobster pound and purchase new equipment with funds offered to them by a grant from the Working Waterfront Access Pilot Program.
A 38-year-old Wiscasset woman, reported missing early Friday morning, notified police around midnight Friday of her whereabouts and safety at an undisclosed location.
Beginning after 8 p.m. Tuesday night Nov. 4, The Lincoln County News will be posting local election results and updates as they are received here in our Newcastle office.
The Lincoln County News will be publishing a day early in two weeks (Tues., Nov. 25) due to the Thanksgiving holiday.
Advertising copy deadline is Friday, Nov. 21, 5 p.m.; News copy, Monday, Nov. 24, 5 p.m.
Deirdre J. Reilly and Matthew K. Lavoie were married on Aug. 17, by the Rev. David Ray, at the Old Walpole Meeting House, South Bristol. The ceremony was followed by a reception at The Bradley Inn, Pemaquid Point.
The wedding of Denise West and Brian Carver took place on Oct. 4 at the Small Point Baptist Church in Phippsburg.
The state medical examiner’s office has confirmed that the driver of a tractor-trailer truck involved in a single vehicle accident in
Incumbent State Rep. Wendy Pieh (D-Bremen) plans to continue her work with natural resources, tax reform and energy concerns if re-elected to District 50, which covers Bremen, Waldoboro, Nobleboro and the eastern part of Jefferson.
While Sept. 27 was gray and rainy, that didn’t quell the spirits inside Round Top’s Darrow’s Barn as Rising Tide Community Market celebrated its 30th anniversary.