The submission Friday of a petition for a statewide referendum to repeal the state’s school administration consolidation effort tags Nov. 3, 2009 as the day the law might die.
Question 2 on the November ballot is the Casino question, asking voters, “Do you want to allow a certain Maine company to have the only casino in Maine, to be located in Oxford County, if part of the revenue is used to fund specific state programs?”
Tidal power company representatives spoke to Wiscasset selectmen Tuesday about a proposed research pilot for potential future green electric generation on the Sheepscot/Back River.
Investigators are still reviewing information in the case of a hit and run driver in the death of Loren St. Cyr, 20, of Jefferson on Sept. 20.
The 2008 Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk in Damariscotta was a huge success, bringing in (and announced at the event) the preliminary amount of $120,000.
Looking toward Whitefield’s Bicentennial Celebration in 2009, Charlie Miller is hoping there might be some town money for a couple of improvements at Arlington Grange.
Lincoln County Property Transfers for the week of October 13-17.
Two drivers sustained minor injuries resulting from a collision between a car and truck on Rt. 1 in Waldoboro near the Manktown Road turnoff around 3 p.m. Thursday.
Cynthia Amy Kaler and Brian Curtis Aragon were married Sept. 11 at Expedition Island, Green River, Wyo.
Two weeks ago, Union 74 Superintendent Bob Bouchard and other superintendents around Maine received a letter from Maine Education Commissioner Susan Gendron.
With just weeks (and counting) before the general election on Nov. 4, The Lincoln County News sponsored the first of two forums on Oct. 15 at Mobius Center in Damariscotta, which resulted in a lively discussion between the nine candidates present.
A debate over whether a new tax should fund the Dirigo Health program has both sides criticizing the process that led to Question 1 on the Nov. 4 ballot.
An alternative use for expensive thermal imaging cameras area fire departments now use for fires could well end up helping homeowners during a potential heating crisis this winter.
The second 2008 candidate forum hosted by The Lincoln County News took place on Oct. 22, and the remaining candidates in the county appeared and voiced their views on the issues important to Mainers going to the polls on Tues., Nov. 4.