Michael and Tawsha Hutchins of Somerville are pleased to announce the arrival of their baby boy, Sidney Raymond Wyatt Hutchins.
The race for the three-year term on the South Bristol Board of Selectman was too close to call with one vote separating the candidates. Incumbent Donald G. Stanley, Jr. received 51 votes, and write-in candidate Kenneth Lincoln received 50 votes.
Boothbay Harbor selectmen have decided to end 9-1-1 communications calls to the local communications center effective May 31, but county officials want more planning before the move.
Intense snowfall and high winds buffeted Lincoln County Mon. morning, making for hazardous driving and causing many school closures, but so far no major incidents or power outages have been reported. By mid-day the snowfall had cleared, but high winds continued to blow snow, re-covering freshly plowed roadways and reducing visibility. Even so, a Winter Storm Warning that had been set to last until 7 p.m. on Mon. was cancelled early at 12:49 p.m., according to an NWS bulletin.
Proud parents Derrick Parlin and Vanessa Osier of Waldoboro are pleased to announce the arrival of their new son, Gavin Austin Parlin.
On March 10, developer Kevin Mattson withdrew his applications for permits for the Twin Villages Marina from the Army Corps of Engineers and the Newcastle Planning Board. He sited the moratorium and the newly proposed harbor ordinance as an indication that the project was not wanted in town.
Middle school students in Wiscasset experienced first hand how to make a decision about gifts totaling $1000 from the Unity Foundation in selecting area non-profits in which to donate.
Bremen residents learned how landowners could preserve oceanfront property for commercial fishing use during a presentation at the Town Center on Feb. 25.
Parents Michael and Tiffany Winchenbach, of Whitefield, along with big sister Oryanna, are pleased to announce the arrival of baby girl, Isabella Ruth Winchenbach.
Whitefield selectman Kurt E. Miller, the town’s acting ACO, is on a mission.
It’s a fresh mid-March morning. Pale sun is shining on ragged sheets of snow stretched over fields. A resident has asked Miller to check on a dead dog discovered in a ditch on the Palmer Rd.
It’s town meeting time, town reports are out and flipping through the pages of any given report, it is possible to see the name of a selectman, or a candidate for the board of selectmen, on the “unpaid property taxes” or “outstanding lien accounts” list.
Alice and Rufus Percy of Whitefield are proud to announce the birth of their baby boy, Lowell Shane Percy, born at home, on Feb. 11 at 8:10 p.m.
Lincoln County’s administrator testified last week before a state committee favoring a legislative change on jail caps for tax assessment for Lincoln and Sagadahoc Counties.
Feb. 24, Officer Simmons provided a well-being check on male subject on West Alna Rd. and responded to business alarms on Lee and High Streets.