Waldoboro residents voted 50-7 to establish a moratorium on recreational marijuana shops and social clubs during a special town meeting the morning of Saturday, Jan. 6.
A Lincoln County grand jury has indicted Shawna L. Gatto on a charge of depraved indifference murder in connection with the December death of her fiance’s granddaughter, 4-year-old Kendall Chick.
Linda Porter approaches Glenn James with a foam karate blocker around her arm. She wants James to attack her using a move she taught him in one of her karate classes.
Storm surge during the ongoing blizzard contributed to the flooding of the municipal parking lot in downtown Damariscotta flooded during the afternoon of Thursday, Jan. 4.
Only 11 votes decided the winner of the annual #LCNme365 photo contest when polls closed the morning of Tuesday, Jan. 2. Sandee Brackett, of New Harbor, received 133 of the 675 votes cast to come away with the win.
A Nobleboro Democrat who served as Maine’s labor commissioner for eight years under Gov. John Baldacci will seek to represent Lincoln County in the Maine Senate.
The FIX Marine, Truck, and Auto repair shop opened at 313 Bath Road in Wiscasset on Nov. 18.
The Damariscotta business First Class Florals and All the Comforts will close Friday, Jan. 5.
The owners of The Penalty Box Pizza & Pub in Damariscotta, Bristol residents Lisa and Kent Boucher, are preparing to open a new redemption center nearby.
The music on Lena Rich’s engaging new full-length CD falls somewhere between indie rock and indie folk, as the 19-year-old Edgecomb singer-songwriter pointed out in a recent interview – hence the album’s title, “Something in Between.” “Something in Between” is also the name of the CD’s title track, a catchy, insistent rocker about an unsettled love relationship.
A lack of heat closed Medomak Valley High School in Waldoboro and a lack of water closed South Bristol School on Tuesday, Jan. 2.
The town of Bremen will extend the concrete boat ramp at the end of Storer Road.
Stonewall Stables in Nobleboro, which was at risk of foreclosure, has been purchased by a Bristol family who feels a deep connection to the stables and wants to see the business thrive.
Introduction by Maia Zewert, LCN reporter
In mid-November I received an email from Kelly Wass, the seventh- and eighth-grade writing teacher at Great Salt Bay Community School. Her older students were in the midst of an investigative journalism unit and she was wondering if I would be interested in speaking with the students about what it was like to be a community reporter.