The Lincoln County News recently welcomed Sarah Caton to the advertising department as ad secretary.
It was a perfect, sunny summer day on Saturday, July 30 – just the right kind of day for hosting an event such as the one that took place at the new Joseph A. Fiore Art Center at Rolling Acres Farm on Damariscotta Lake in Jefferson.
Jefferson Village School has a new principal.
A change has taken place at the busy little hair salon tucked into the Elm Street Plaza shopping center in Damariscotta. Formerly called Shelley’s Shortcuts, after former owner Shelley Collamore, the salon has been renamed Hair … We Are! by its new owner, Ivette Segovia, who bought it from Collamore in late June. Segovia worked at the salon as a stylist for a year and a half before taking ownership of the business.
The Damariscotta Police Department is again warning residents and business owners to be on the alert for suspicious phone calls regarding utility payments and disconnections.
Several musical acts from across the state journeyed to Waldoboro to perform at Cider Hill Farm’s Locavore Music Festival on Saturday, July 30, providing area residents with an afternoon and evening of live entertainment.
A new food truck in Waldoboro serves fresh seafood with flavor, with fish and chips, fish tacos, and lobster rolls among its most popular selections. Captain Mattie’s Hot Fat Fish & Chips is open seven days a week next to Delano Seafood Market at 2090 Atlantic Highway (Route 1). Business partners Justin Barker and Matthew […]
Oxford County’s jail system is on the brink of insolvency and a request from Cumberland County for a sharp increase in what Oxford pays to board its inmates there will push the jail system off the cliff, said Oxford County Administrator Scott Cole. As a short-term solution, Oxford County is seeking a contract with the […]
A kitchen fire damaged a mobile home at the corner of Dutch Neck Road and Route 32 in Waldoboro early Thursday, July 28.
Many Wiscasset residents know David Cronk as a worm dealer and digger who has been featured in Down East magazine, but he also has a stable of four horses, a pony, and now two foals, born July 5.
A new species has invaded Lincoln County, causing people of all ages to search the county and catch them all. But only those with a smartphone or tablet can see them – Pokemon.
A Lincoln County native who works as a musician and producer in Brooklyn, N.Y. will teach a kids rock-and-roll camp in Newcastle from Aug. 1-5.
The Waldoboro Board of Selectmen have scheduled a public hearing to discuss a potential townwide vote in November on whether to adopt pay-as-you-throw at the Waldoboro Transfer Station.
The Wiscasset Board of Selectmen will meet with the fire department in an effort to repair a relationship that has been fractured since the board voted down allowing firefighters to wash their personal vehicles at the station. The meeting was requested by Selectman Judy Flanagan as an opportunity for both the board and the department to explain their positions.