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.
The following property transfers were recorded recently at the Lincoln County Courthouse in Wiscasset:
Alna: Mary Eliza Wengren to Richard E. Wengren Jr. and Mary Eliza Wengren; Allyson Strout (Tr.) and 2263 Alna Road Residential Land Trust to Abode Real Estate Services LLC;
Steven C. Libby, 39, of Waldoboro, a charge of violating conditions of release was dismissed.
An unexplained coastal phenomenon last Tuesday afternoon caused quite a stir from Bristol to Cundy’s Harbor when at low tide a huge wave formed near coastal shores and caused some damage to ramps and floats.
People in Lincoln County are cold and hungry, volunteers at nonprofit groups are staggering under the avalanche of need and Waldoboro town officials are working to find a way to help all concerned.
A call by Gov. John Baldacci for 10 percent across-the-board budget reduction proposals translates to $178 million in the Dept. of Health and Human Services.
Two separate types of multi-million dollar electric power projects proposed for Wiscasset can function simultaneously without any interference from each other because no boundaries overlap, according to Peter Arnold, Chewonki Foundation sustainability coordinator.
Brian M. Bailey II, 22, Rockland, violating condition of release, Two Bridges Regional Jail 48 hours.
Still going strong after six years, Lincoln County Family Holiday Wishes, is hoping to top last year’s effort providing holiday gifts and dinners to families in need.
The “Meet the Candidates” night forum hosted by union employees on Oct. 21 may have been legal under the constitution, but some county officials question the disbursement and posting of flyers for the meeting.
Felicia L. Giles of Boothbay and Danial T. Rogers of Trevett are pleased to announce the arrival of a baby boy, Royd Emery Steven.
Dakotah Mank and Niki Lorentsen of Nobleboro are pleased to announce the arrival of a baby boy, Dominik Lee Mank.
Rising Tide is pleased to announce their choice of architect and construction manager as they move to renovate the former Strong Chevrolet building and relocate in the spring or early summer of 2009.
Lobster dealers around Maine have gathered together to address the crisis that has chilled the industry to an all-time low.