Mr. and Mrs. Mark Stephen Prior of Bristol are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Tracy Jean Prior to Matthew Craig Garner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Craig Garner of Reidsville, N.C.
After just over a year in business in Damariscotta, About Face Skin Care and Cosmetics Boutique is expanding with an aesthetician on-site to offer face and body pampering services for healthier skin and greater relaxation.
A Superior Court Justice has reversed his own earlier ruling in favor of the town of South Bristol, awarding legal fees and financial penalties in the case of a local landowner who admitted to cutting down 47 trees within the town’s shoreland zone in Oct. 2006.
Reba Richardson and Bill Plnecker of Warren are proud to announce the birth of their baby girl, Cecilia Jane Richardson Plnecker.
Wiscasset selectmen unanimously denied sewage damage claims from the Wiscasset Wine Outlet after discussing the issue during an executive session meeting Feb. 5.
On Feb. 9, Wiscasset Town Manager Arthur Faucher said Wine Outlet owner Luanne Clifford was present for the public part of the Feb. 5 meeting and left telling selectmen she would see them in court.
“I pay for sewage to be removed not to be put into my business,” Clifford said Tuesday.
An action by the Department of Marine Resources regarding scallop harvesting season will be revisited for a third time in less than two weeks following a directive issued Jan. 30 by Gov. John Baldacci.
The “E” in Mid-coast Energy Systems Inc. might also stand for “education” as the company has always been devoted to the ongoing training of its employees.
On Feb. 18 MCES recognized the completion of a new expansion project by holding a weekly staff meeting in the new classroom of the on-campus technical training facility. While this newly added structure now provides space for a much-needed larger crew room, its main function is that of a training facility.
To the many people in the many places who are wondering how much federal stimulus cash is coming to Maine, the state’s finance chief has a standard answer: “By Friday we’ll have a better idea.”
That’s what Ryan Low, commissioner of the Department of Administrative and Financial Services, told the Legislature’s Appropriations Committee Tuesday afternoon. Since the $787 billion 2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act gained Congressional approval last week and President Obama’s signature Tuesday, the anticipation of knowing the details pervades conversations here and across the country.
There’s a new business at 100 Main Street in Wiscasset and owners, Gary and Sue Thompson of Woolwich, are excitedly anticipating its debut. Happy’s Pizza and Subs, located in the former Pier 1 location will open at 11 a.m. on Sat., Feb. 14, just in time for pizza and sub-loving Valentines to experience extraordinary, tasty cuisine in a relaxed, friendly environment.
Matthew Cushing entered four guilty pleas in York County Superior Court; three counts of murder and one count of arson.
With the annual audit and budget complete, officials in the town of Bristol are firming up last minute details for the business portion of town meeting on Tues., March 17 at Bristol Consolidated School at 7 p.m. During a year of dropping excise tax revenues and increasing costs, the board of selectman managed to reduce the budget by $118,390.36.
LCTV kicked off the new year with a round of activities designed to get its new Sheepscot Road media center up and running. Throughout January board members and community volunteers turned out regularly to transfer equipment, paint interior walls, and complete other projects so that the new facility could go live on Jan. 17.
In a press release submitted to The Lincoln County News, Newcastle Public House, LLC is seeking a permit from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for work in U.S. waters in conjunction with continued work on a floating marina in Newcastle.
Rhonda Flagg, Jefferson, launched her new business “Everything in its Place” on Jan. 11 with a brunch for family and friends at the Damariscotta River Grill. Flagg provides a professional organizing service for homes and small businesses throughout the Midcoast area. “You can take control of your life again, and not have to do it alone,” Flagg said of creating “order out of chaos.”