Lincoln County Republicans backed former Maine Department of Health and Human Services Commissioner Mary Mayhew for governor in a straw poll at the county caucus.
A Lincoln Academy student has been charged with a misdemeanor after he allegedly made threatening comments to other students during school Thursday, Feb. 15, according to a press release from the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office.
Ten Colby & Gale customers received a Valentine’s Day surprise when the business’s delivery drivers showed up the morning of Wednesday, Feb. 14 to fill their oil tanks free of charge.
Dr. Allan “Chip” Teel, of Nobleboro, recently returned to his roots as a primary-care physician with a small medical practice operating out of Hodgdon Green in Damariscotta.
A first-time business owner is preparing to open a new business, Mid Coast Vape Shop, on Route 1 in Waldoboro.
With the correct spelling of azalea, Great Salt Bay Community School eighth-grader Isaac Wyer secured victory at the Lincoln County Spelling Bee for the second year in a row.
Keith Marple, a Whitefield representative to the Sheepscot Valley Regional School Unit Board of Directors who is advocating for the town to withdraw from the RSU, presented alternatives to the RSU and recruited volunteers during a meeting at the Whitefield fire station Friday, Feb. 9.
Charles Stuart’s brand-new documentary film “Into the Light,” set to screen Saturday, Feb. 17 at Lincoln Theater in Damariscotta, is “a riveting story and an uplifting film about the stigma and shame surrounding mental health in this country,” said the 73-year-old Nobleboro filmmaker in a recent interview at a local cafe.
The Wiscasset Board of Selectmen, on Tuesday, Feb. 13, rejected a consent judgment negotiated by attorneys for the town and the Maine Department of Transportation to resolve the town’s lawsuit against the DOT.
February 14 is Valentine’s Day, a day set aside each year to celebrate love, admiration, and friendship with a special person. Richard and Mary Onorato, of Wiscasset, have celebrated that day together for over 60 years.
A one-woman operation offering skin-care services, from facials to pedicures and almost everything in between, is open in the Pine Grove Plaza in Damariscotta.
Often when someone leaves a position held for many years, people have taken for granted what that person has accomplished. Only after they leave do people realize what they have lost, as is the case with Dresden and Trudy Foss.
After months of anticipation, O-Cha, a Thai-inspired bar and grill, is open for business at 88 Main St. in Damariscotta.
For the past few months, Bernie DeLisle has quietly operated a tiny Italian eatery in Damariscotta’s Taco Alley, relying solely on word-of-mouth and regular customers.