Lincoln County firefighters and first responders are calling on property owners to install highly visible address numbers in an effort to speed emergency response times.
Westport Island residents Stanley Lane and Dr. Norma Dreyfus had a very emotional ride home from an overnight trip on Feb. 25.
Students, parents, and teachers crowded into the Great Salt Bay Community School library during the school committee meeting March 9 to discuss the content and age-appropriateness of media shown in classrooms.
The Second Congregational Church in Newcastle is in the midst of a major roof replacement project set for completion in early summer.
A 17-year member of the Bremen School Committee and nearly 10-year member of the Great Salt Bay School Committee is stepping down.
An Edgecomb property owner in violation of the town’s land use ordinances will again be brought to court by the town, this time for noncompliance with a 2013 court order.
RSU 12 has released a proposed $20.8 million budget for 2016-2017 and is taking the budget to the boards of selectmen in its district in preparation for a May 19 budget vote.
The Dresden Board of Appeals will hear the appeal of a Dresden Planning Board decision to issue a permit for a gravel pit March 29.
Lincoln County Commissioner Mary Trescot is seeking a second term.
The Colonel’s Commendation is the highest commendation an employee at Two Bridges Regional Jail can achieve; this year, the award was presented to Correctional Officer Matt Atwood.
The chair of the Damariscotta Board of Selectmen has announced her candidacy for the Maine House of Representatives.
At an executive session of the Damariscotta Board of Selectmen on March 2, Town Manager Matt Lutkus, who had earlier announced his decision to retire at the end of 2016, agreed to stay on in a part-time capacity for another year.
Whitefield voters will decide two contested elections when polls open at the municipal fire station Friday, March 18 from 4-8 p.m. Three people are vying for two seats on the Whitefield Board of Selectmen.
Following decades of engineering studies, meetings, and failed proposals, the Maine Department of Transportation has released two new design concepts to reduce traffic congestion in Wiscasset; the DOT hopes to move forward with one by 2017.