Marissa Campbell and Justin Nash (along with big sister, Aubriana) of Damariscotta are proud to announce the birth of their daughter Ayla Gloria-Ann Nash, born on Oct. 10 at Penobscot Bay Medical Center in Rockport.
Peapod Jewelry artist Ronna Lugosch has released a new design just in time for the holidays entitled, “Dove, Bringing Peas on Earth.”
Central Maine Power Co. reports that an estimated 100,000 customer accounts are without power this morning and that number is expected to increase.
Waldoboro Police Chief William Labombarde first raised the idea for a Citizen’s Police Academy to the Board of Selectmen in an effort to build improved communication between Waldoboro citizens and the police department.
Roland Abbott slept six hours in three days working as the Emergency Management Agency Director for Wiscasset in the aftermath of ice storm 2008.
At a time when the lobster industry is in decline, one local boat builder has managed to adapt to the change in tide.
The Wiscasset Police report the following:
Marvin and Mia Farrin of Bristol are happy to announce the birth of their son, Malachi River Farrin. Malachi was born at Penobscot Bay Medical Center on Dec. 14, at 4:33 p.m.
The defense and state rested Thursday following Director of State Forensic Service Dr. Ann LeBlanc’s testimony in Kennebec County Superior Court that John Okie, 22, was not suffering from active psychosis when he murdered Alexandra “Aleigh” Mills and his father, John S. Okie in July 2007.
Aliesha Routenburg, a recent graduate of the Maine Forest Ranger Academy, has been on the job for over a year. The territory she covers includes Jefferson, Nobleboro, Waldoboro, Rockland, Friendship, Cushing, South Thomaston and also island communities such as Vinalhaven.
As municipal and utility crews struggle to recover from a devastating ice storm that began Thursday, officials at the state level are using a proactive approach to tapping into federal resources for help.
After losing their principal donor this fall, the First Radio Parish Church of America (FRPCA) may not be able to raise enough funds to pay their bills. As a result, the churches morning religious program, “Daily Devotions,” may be forced to go off-air.
Newly opened in the basement of the Damariscotta Center building on Main St., Kindred Gifts offers local crafters and artists a place to sell their handmade goods.
Members of the Maine Lobster Dealer Import and Export Association want to be included in the governor’s newest task force, established in reaction to the ongoing lobster market crisis.