The Maine Department of Transportation expected a subcontractor to start work on the demolition of Haggett’s Garage in Wiscasset on Wednesday, Sept. 5.
St. Patrick’s Church in Newcastle is near the halfway point of a $300,000 fundraising effort to restore its 1808 building, the oldest Roman Catholic church in New England.
The new chair of the Lincoln County Republican Committee is challenging a six-term incumbent county commissioner.
An online fundraiser aims to help a Bremen man with terminal cancer complete his family’s home.
William “Bill” Blodgett, of Waldoboro, is running for his seventh consecutive term as a county commissioner. He has been on the board for 24 years.
Fire gutted a house at 232 Bunker Hill Road in Newcastle early Monday, Sept. 3. The homeowner escaped, crediting his dog for waking him up. No one was hurt in the blaze.
Lincoln County voters will have at least four easy decisions on the ballot in November, as four county office-holders run for re-election unopposed.
An insurance agent with almost 50 years of experience at two agencies in Damariscotta will retire Sept. 14.
A Toyota Tundra pickup truck burned in the southbound breakdown lane of Route 1 in Nobleboro the morning of Saturday, Sept. 1, but no one was hurt in the fire.
At 97, Robert C. Goth still mows the family’s lawn. The Bremen Board of Selectmen recognized him as the town’s eldest resident during a ceremony at the town center Thursday, Aug. 23.
When Russ Pinkham made the decision to move his seafood market from a few miles out of town, on Route 27, closer to the hub of activity in Boothbay Harbor, he and his wife, Cathy, were planning to simply open another seafood market in a new building.
“He will be missed by many, however forgotten by none,” South Bristol School Principal Scott White said of South Bristol School Committee member Donald Edwards, who passed away Aug. 16.
A local woman won the August #LCNme365 photo contest by six votes with her picture of a cloud formation in Damariscotta.
Waldoboro officials discussed the need to buy a new, nearly $1 million ladder truck during a well-attended Waldoboro Board of Selectmen’s meeting Tuesday, Aug. 28.