State officials and CMP have announced that more than 215,000 people are currently without power as a consequence of the winter storm currently underway, and warn that it may be days before power is fully restored.
Deliberating slightly more than hour on Dec. 19, a Kennebec County jury determined John A. Okie, 22, of Newcastle to be criminally responsible for the murders of his father and a former classmate in July 2007.
Lincoln County Emergency Management Agency (EMA) director reported Monday to county commissioners $25,000 in public damage during last week’s ice storm, not enough for state of emergency funding.
The shellfish industry in Maine could shudder to a stop if the Maine state legislature passes cuts proposed for the Dept. of Marine Resources.
Jeff and Karen Philbrick are pleased to announce the birth of a baby girl, Allison Claire Philbrick.
Damariscotta Police Department reports the following activity:
On Dec. 9, Tyanna A. Waters, 19, of Waterville was arrested of operating after suspension and summonsed to court for an unregistered motor vehicle and for failure to produce evidence of insurance
A Kennebec County jury has determined that John A. Okie is criminally responsible for the murders of his father and school friend in July 2007.
During a meeting at the Waldoboro municipal building Dec. 4 the Maine Clammers Association asked the clam diggers of Waldoboro to work together to open the flats and to keep them open.
Lincoln County Healthcare and healthcare providers around the state received a domestic violence advisory, issued by the Public Health Director at the Center for Disease Control (CDC) on Dec. 9.
Rachel and Colby Black welcomed a little girl, Miley, into the world on Christmas Day at 5:34 p.m. at Miles Memorial Hospital in Damariscotta.
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.