A parade of trucks gathered at the home of Harvey Perkins to pay tribute to a father, friend, and fellow truck driver who lost his life in a recent truck accident.
Ellen Poulin Archer, 41, Damariscotta, keeping dangerous dog, dismissed.
Larry Arnold, 23, Augusta, unlawful possession of scheduled drug, $400, Two Bridges Regional Jail 3 days.
District 52 incumbent Elizabeth (Lisa) Miller of Somerville is campaigning for her third term in the State House.
People with developmental disabilities may soon face a loss of $50 million worth of services because of a funding problem program officials say would push the budget into the red by February or March if not corrected.
Dawn and Jonathan Dancer of Somerville are pleased to announce the arrival of a baby girl, Hannah Ray Dancer.
Mr. and Mrs. Rick Cronkhite of Whitefield are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Addie Beulah Cronkhite to Jeremy Warren Joslyn the son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Joslyn of
Sometime between 11:10 a.m. Monday and 7 a.m. Tuesday, one or more individuals broke into a Nobleboro business and made off with two Rinnai heaters, valued at $1500 each.
Lisa L. Ring, 38, of Wiscasset, violating condition of release, jail 48 hours; failure to give correct name, address of date of birth, jail 48 hours.
When Granite Hall Store caught fire Oct. 3, the observation and quick thinking of a neighbor saved the landmark from destruction.
On the top of David Trahan’ list of goals as he runs for the Senate District 20 seat are fighting to maintain government accountability, establishing a community college in Lincoln County and passing legislation for first responders.
Randy Heald and Michelle Borodawka of Waldoboro are pleased to announce the arrival of a baby boy, Owen Nathan Heald.
Although theft and vandalism to election signs sometimes occurs during election time, this year seems to be worse than ever in various part of Lincoln County, according to several observers and county officials of both parties.
Sheriff Todd Brackett reports the following:
On Oct. 8, Deputy Todd Chilton received a report of a theft of a motorcycle in the Dresden area. The complainant stated that around 10 p.m., he was awakened by his dog barking.
Central Maine Power Company’s (CMP) Brunswick Service Center is under new management, servicing customers in the Midcoast from Yarmouth to Waldoboro.