A Waldoboro motorcyclist was taken to LincolnHealth’s Miles Campus in Damariscotta after an accident on Waldoboro Road (Route 32) in Bremen the afternoon of Friday, Oct. 7.
The Lincoln County News invites the public to hear directly from local candidates for the Maine State Legislature during its candidates forums on Thursday, Oct. 6 and Thursday, Oct. 13.
The Damariscotta Planning Board got a look at LincolnHealth’s proposed $13 million outpatient health center for the Miles Campus on Monday, Oct. 3.
Wiscasset is currently negotiating the sale of the former Wiscasset Primary School, Town Manager Marian Anderson said at the Wiscasset Board of Selectmen’s Tuesday, Oct. 4 meeting. Negotiations are ongoing, but the entity the town is coming close to entering into a purchase-and-sale agreement with is taxable, Anderson said, which would return the Gardiner Road (Route 27) property to the tax rolls.
Stepping Stone Housing Inc. will submit a new application for the development of the former Blue Haven property in Damariscotta after announcing it will scale back its plans during a Damariscotta Planning Board meeting Monday, Oct. 3.
Renewable energy, the opioid crisis, and issues facing Maine’s veterans are some of the issues state Rep. Michael “Mick” Devin hopes to address if re-elected for a third term in the Legislature.
The chair of the Damariscotta Board of Selectmen hopes to bring a fiscally conservative approach to the Maine House of Representatives.
Fourteen people participated in a “Life Chain” anti-abortion rally near the busy intersection of Route 1 and Route 27 in Wiscasset on Sunday, Oct. 3.
Newcastle Chrysler Dodge Jeep President Randy Miller is on a mission to fight cancer as one of 25 participants in the American Cancer Society’s Real Men Wear Pink of Maine.
A large culvert on Vigue Road in Whitefield was improperly sized and causing erosion, affecting both the quality of the road and the ability of fish to pass through Finn Brook, which feeds into the Sheepscot River, Whitefield Board of Selectmen Chairman Dennis Merrill said.
The Nobleboro Historical Society kicked off October with its annual autumn celebration, AppleFest, at Nobleboro Central School and the Nobleboro Historical Center from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 1.
At Beelicious in downtown Wiscasset, Barbara Welborn was at work sketching her take on Grant Wood’s iconic painting “American Gothic” – only Welborn was drawing cats as the subjects of her piece instead of a man and a woman. The 22-year-old self-described autistic artist, whose colorful body of work is largely feline-focused, was on hand to chat with visitors to the tiny specialty market on Thursday, Sept. 29 during the last Wiscasset Art Walk of the 2016 season.
Three months after opening its doors to the public, Split Rock Distilling in Newcastle will celebrate its grand opening throughout Columbus Day weekend, Oct. 7-9.
After a year of work by more than 50 people to develop a strategic plan for the school, Lincoln Academy leaders are ready to pursue the goals in the plan.