A house at 1154 Main St. in Waldoboro sustained fire damage to its living room and heavy heat and smoke damage to other rooms the afternoon of Monday, Nov. 13, but no one was hurt, according to the town’s fire chief.
Bremen developer Dan Goldenson has withdrawn his application for a tavern in the lower level of his building at Kaler’s Corner in Waldoboro.
The Lincoln County News will publish a day early the week of Thanksgiving (Tuesday, Nov. 21).
The deadline for letters to the editor and press releases – normally 5 p.m. Monday – is 5 p.m., Friday, Nov. 17, for the Thanksgiving edition.
Although not as devastating as the recent wind storm, high winds once again blasted through Lincoln County on Friday, resulting in new power outages. There were over 2000 power outages reported in Lincoln County late afternoon on Friday at the height of the storm, according to Central Maine Power Co. Power has since been restored to all Lincoln County households, according to CMP.
An 18-year-old from North Whitefield was at his post in the engine room, which kamikazes would target in an attempt to disable ships, when a Japanese plane set its sights on the USS Goodhue off Okinawa on April 2, 1945.
Former U.S. Army Air Forces Sgt. Ralph E. Moxcey was on a boat crossing the Atlantic Ocean to France on V-E Day, May 8, 1945.
Lincoln County Emergency Management Agency director Casey Stevens believes that there is more damage from a recent wind storm in Lincoln County than has been reported, and encourages residents to identify these damages and report them so they can be eligible for assistance.
As owner of South Bristol-based JK Custom Woodworking, no two projects are the same for Jonathan “Jon” Kelsey.
A new science program at Great Salt Bay Community School is getting students out of the classroom, while also bringing in members of the community.
Ten days after a significant wind storm slammed the area with over 21,000 outages, power has been restored to all Lincoln County households, according to the report from Central Maine Power Co. issued Wednesday night at 7:18 p.m.
A local restaurateur and son of a Damariscotta restaurant owner will soon open a new, Thai-inspired bar and grill in the former home of Salt Bay Cafe in downtown Damariscotta.
Wiscasset voters rejected the Wiscasset Board of Selectmen’s proposal to repeal the historic preservation ordinance, 536-437, on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 7.
Damariscotta voters rejected a moratorium that would have placed a temporary ban on retail development larger than 2,500 square feet at the polls Tuesday, Nov. 7.
Damariscotta voters elected Louis “Lou” Abbotoni to the Damariscotta Board of Selectmen on Tuesday, Nov. 7.