A Wiscasset woman was found safe and unharmed after an intensive search by the Wiscasset Police Department, Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, Maine State Police and Maine Warden’s Service.
The Dept. of Transportation (DOT) has a new twist to its Gateway One project to reduce traffic congestion along Rt. 1.
Kris Goldston and Greg Weinand of Waldoboro were joined in marriage on Oct. 11 in Searsport.
Hannaford Supermarkets is ranked fifth among the 10 healthiest grocery stores in America according to a survey in the November issue of Health magazine.
A $50 million projected budget overage flagged last month isn’t as bad as first thought, but fixing it will still affect services for developmentally disabled people that allow them to live outside of institutions.
Bernadine Pozerycki and Peter Brackett of Waldoboro are pleased to announce the arrival of a baby girl, Kamaryn Brackett.
After being accused of unlawful sexual contact and transferred to Two Bridges Regional Jail in early August, disabled Damariscotta resident Walter Newton is still being held in their Mental Health Stabilization Unit pending another court hearing.
Units from Newcastle and Damariscotta Fire Departments are on the scene of a structure fire on Pond Rd. off Rt. 215 in Newcastle.
Terri Obert and LeRoy Jones were married Aug. 16 at Pemaquid Point Lighthouse in New Harbor.
John and Jolene Murray of Nobleboro are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Alicia M. Murray, to Joshua T. Kirkpatrick, son of Gerald Kirkpatrick and Doreen McGray of Hollister, Cal.
Chuck and Megan Dinsmore of Damariscotta, and John and Kathleen McQuillan of Winthrop, Mass., are proud to present their first grandchild, Tess Oakley McQuillan, born July 3 at the Massachusetts General Hospital.
Inmates at the Two Bridges Regional Jail have been clearing brush and readying a large square patch of land in back of the jail to grow vegetables next spring.
It’s October, and that means dress up in pink, and join the 9th annual Breast Cancer Tennis Tournament on Thurs., Oct. 23 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the CLC YMCA in Damariscotta.
Dissatisfied property taxpayers met separately with the Whitefield Board of Selectmen at the board’s regular Monday meeting.