There were no injuries when a motorcycle drove into the back of a pickup truck on the southbound on-ramp to Route 1 in Newcastle the evening of Friday, Sept. 9.
The Newcastle Board of Selectmen reaffirmed its decision to place at least one seasonal speed bump in the village of Damariscotta Mills, despite the Nobleboro Board of Selectmen’s recent reversal of its decision to install two bumps on the Nobleboro side of the village.
Marnie Sinclair has five grandchildren. They are the Damariscotta artist’s prime motivation for the environmentally focused work she has been creating since 2010. One such piece – a 3-D mixed-media construction titled “Acidification” – draws attention to the fact that an increase in atmospheric carbon dioxide is decimating the world’s coral reefs. Another piece, “Earth Nest,” features a photograph of her 6-year-old granddaughter Winnie as a baby, cradled in a nest constructed of wire and driftwood. The piece’s description card on the wall in her Bristol Road studio-gallery refers to “yet another oil spill … soiling our nest.”
A Waldoboro fisherman accused of trying to secretly catch lobsters and his sternman have been charged with multiple fishing violations, according to state officials.
Two women who have been friends for more than 20 years recently opened a baking company in Damariscotta.
A driver’s failure to yield caused a three-vehicle accident at the intersection of Route 1 and Belvedere Road in Damariscotta the afternoon of Wednesday, Sept. 7.
A Rockport man sustained injuries to his head and legs when his motorcycle collided with a pickup truck on Turner Road in Bremen shortly before noon, Friday, Sept. 9.
The Dresden Planning Board unanimously voted to approve a conditional use permit for a medical marijuana greenhouse on Tuesday, Sept. 6.
After a summer of preparations and construction, South Bristol School has launched its new after-school program and hired the program’s first director.
Lori Fowle, D-Vassalboro, is seeking re-election for a third term in the State House representing District 80, which consists of part of Augusta, the unorganized territory of Hibbert’s Gore, and the towns of Somerville, Vassalboro, and Windsor.
A Vassalboro businessman is hoping to aid small businesses and bring more economic opportunity to the state of Maine in his campaign for the Legislature.
Alna artist Jon Luoma combines his unique style with his passion for the outdoors – particularly the woods and waters of Lincoln County and Maine’s North Woods – to create one-of-a-kind landscapes and wildlife scenes.
After receiving feedback opposing the placement of speed bumps in the village of Damariscotta Mills, the Nobleboro Board of Selectmen reversed its earlier decision and voted unanimously against the placement of speed bumps on the Nobleboro side of the village.
2016 marks the 56th year that the Pemaquid Group of Artists has shown its artwork at Pemaquid Art Gallery in New Harbor. This year, this venerable group of artists showing at the gallery numbers 30. They are as follows: Barbara Applegate, Debra Arter, Bruce Babb, Julie Babb, Stephen Busch, Mark B. Chesebro, Trudi B. Curtis, William Curtis, Dianne Smith Dolan, Peggy Farrell, Sarah L. Fisher, Helen Viola Glendinning, Claire Hancock, Kay Sawyer Hannah, Jean Nelson Harris, Kathleen Horst, Hannah Ineson, Will Kefauver, Jan Kilburn, Barbara Klein, Patti Leavitt, Sally Loughridge, Marlene Loznicka, Nancy O’Brien MacKinnon, Judy Nixon, Paul Sherman, Liliana Thelander, Ernest “Tommy” Thompson, Bob Vaughan, and Bev Walker.