Looking ahead to his 80th birthday next month, Lincoln County’s first champion stockcar driver Ernest “Buster” Grover of Wiscasset says he has enjoyed every bit of the life he has lived thus far.
Fallout regarding the recent Edgecomb Fire Dept. vote to remove the assistant fire chief continues as selectmen consider his request for a redress.
A Dead River oil truck rolled over on its side on North Newcastle Road today, at approximately 12:45 p.m.
Emily and Leon Garnett and big sister Annalise of Jefferson, are pleased to announce the arrival of a baby boy, Noah David Garnett.
Fireworks next summer are a go, the road race is shaping up, and souvenirs are ready to be ordered, say members of Whitefield’s Bicentennial Committee.
The volunteer group began 2009, the year of the town’s 200th birthday celebration, with progress reports.
The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued a Winter Storm Warning for Sun. advising residents to watch for “6 to 12 inches of snow accumulation by Sunday at midnight” in the Lincoln County area. Snowfall is forecast to begin Sun. morning with varying intensity through the afternoon, and then taper off Sun. evening, according to the NWS.
The Damariscotta Montessori School in Nobleboro is receiving a $100,000 Community Facility Direct Loan, through a U.S. Dept. of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development grant, that is part of $852,000 in grants and loans to entities throughout Maine.
Lincoln County Sheriffs Deputies arrested 20-year-old Thomas C. Nolet of Gloucester, Mass. on Jan. 25 and charged him with furnishing a place for minors to consume alcohol. The arrest was a result of the ongoing investigation into a fatal motor vehicle incident that occurred in Jefferson on Sept. 20, 2008, according to the Lincoln County Sheriffs Office (LCSO). In that incident 20-year-old Loren St. Cyr was struck by two vehicles as he walked on the North Clary Road in the Town of Jefferson. One of the vehicles involved has not been located, and its operator is unknown.
Custom Cordage, located in Waldoboro’s Industrial Park, has created a unique method to retain workers during slower times, while helping reduce environmental waste.
The town of Waldoboro accepted the ownership of a 1998 GMC Sierra seized as part of a drug investigation last fall. The Waldoboro Board of Selectmen approved the transfer of the asset to the town during their regularly scheduled meeting on Jan. 13.
Members of Whitefield’s town property committee presented selectmen with project costs for a new town building center.
Bremen businessman and philanthropist Dan Goldenson said his Damariscotta business venture and local charitable efforts will continue despite losing $2.5 million of his own funds to investment fraud.
Rendle A. Jones, Esq., chairman of the Camden National Corporation Board of Directors, announced that Gregory A. Dufour has succeeded Robert W. Daigle as president and chief executive officer of Camden National Corporation (NASDAQ®: AC; the “company”) effective Jan. 1. This succession plan was previously announced at the company’s annual meeting on April 29.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has granted the Wiscasset Tidal Resources Project for the Sheepscot River acceptance for filing and comment.