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.
Women in the Damariscotta area seeking one-of-a-kind baby clothes now have one more place to shop. As of November, intimates store Patricia’s Closet began carrying baby onesies, lap-tees, and toddler tees designed exclusively for the website Sisters4.com.
County EMA Director Tim Pellerin kept county commissioners guessing what he held in a cardboard box and suggested it might be something of a suspicious nature.
Some 10,000 fliers will go out to civic organizations, churches, and various locations informing Lincoln County citizens where they can get help this winter for heating in the communities throughout the county.
Proud parents Jenna and Derek Hanna announce the birth of their baby girl, Natalie Elizabeth Hanna on Nov. 12, at Miles Memorial Hospital in Damariscotta.
Baby girl Natalie weighed seven pounds, four ounces at birth.
Jessica Toothaker and Nathaniel Kane of Phippsburg are pleased to announce the arrival of a baby girl Natalee Mae Kane.
Lincoln County Superior decided numerous criminal cases Oct. 10-24, including two theft cases involving two Waldoboro residents.
The final recount of Nov. 4 election results concluded Friday afternoon, with election night tallies standing up in every case.
Carolyn Boyd and Dustin LaBrie of Damariscotta Mills are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Lillian Piper LaBrie.
A new tax adopted in April by the Legislature was repealed by a vote of the people Tuesday, leaving the Dirigo Health insurance program to rely on its former funding method.
The problems that drove the big three auto manufacturers to visit Washington D.C. last week asking for an economic bailout, is creating a trickle down effect on local car dealers.
Owing perhaps to the nature of the business, funeral homes can seem to be a forbidding place.
All articles and a question passed, ballot counters discovered after completing the municipal end of Election Day results on Nov. 6. Special Town Meeting Warrant Articles two through five all passed.