A free responsible seller training session for owners, managers and employees of stores and businesses in Lincoln County that sell alcohol will take place on Wed., Nov. 5, from 12:30-5 p.m., at Bintliff’s Ocean Grille in Edgecomb.
An elderly driver was transported to Miles Memorial Hospital with leg injuries when two cars smashed into each other at the intersection of Rt. 1 and the Sheepscot Road in Newcastle Monday afternoon.
By the end of their meeting Oct. 15, the Damariscotta Board of Selectman agreed to split the difference on a $30,000 construction overage with a contractor and remove the board chairman Josh Pinkham and replace him with another former chairman, Dick McLean.
Waylon Strout is pleased to announce the arrival of his brother, Seamus Joseph Strout, born on Sept. 29 at 8:37 a.m.
Dustin R. and Elizabeth J. Robinson were married Sept. 20, at Beaver Lodge, in Hope. Pastor Nate Churchill officiated the ceremony.
Just as I was biting into a carmelized onion turnover at a dinner to benefit Coastal Kids Preschool at the 1812 Barn in Bristol Mills Friday night, a member of the kitchen staff collapsed on the floor.
Some Lincoln Academy students and local members of Citizens Offering New Alternatives (CONA) may take advantage of free and discount offers for a nationally recognized environmental conference to be held in Portland on the weekend of Oct. 17-19.
In this present economy we’re enduring, with our government in a state of economic turmoil, financial bailouts in process and sheer bedlam prevailing in our society, we citizens should be more vigilant than ever on where we have invested our money.
Krystle Dawn Hewson, daughter of Dawn Libby-Lynch and Peter Lynch of Warren and Mark Hewson of Jefferson, and Christian Paul Gagne, son of Paul and Nancy Gagne of Oakland exchanged their marriage vows in a beautiful ocean side ceremony Sept. 6, at the Captain A.V. Nickels Inn in Searsport. The dinner reception immediately followed in the ballroom of the inn.
Tracy and Michael Fleming of Woodville are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Allison Fleming to Allan Roberts of Damariscotta, son of Paula and Chris Roberts, also of Damariscotta.
“Not quite there but pretty close” is how accountant Fred Brewer described progress on an audit of the Boothbay Region Humane Society. Brewer met with officers and began working on the financial review in June.
Damariscotta’s Steven Akeley, recently opened Akeley Equine Dentistry, a business servicing the equine world throughout Maine.
The legality of advertising and hosting the commissioner candidates’ forum, though effective in drawing a crowd Tuesday night, has been challenged.