The Gilbert E. Gay building in downtown Damariscotta has a new owner who plans to open a coffee shop, Cupacity, in the first-floor space formerly home to Buzz Maine.
A former professional skier and stuntman who lives in Damariscotta turns heads on Maine mountains with his unusual monoski.
The Damariscotta United Methodist Church, at 40 Church St., is for sale and currently under contract. The congregation and the church-hosted pet food pantry plan to move to another space or spaces.
A Nobleboro family’s experience at the Togus hospice unit in Augusta has inspired their American Legion post to make a donation that will help keep terminally ill veterans warm.
By all accounts, the late New Harbor sculptor Cabot Lyford was a formidable man, both in his tenacious approach to life and in his favored choice of medium – hard, unforgiving stone.
There were no injuries in a fire that totaled a 2000 Buick LeSabre sedan in a Damariscotta driveway the afternoon of Thursday, Feb. 7.
Meetinghouse Market, on Route 27 in Dresden, closed about two weeks ago after about 14 years in business. The owner of the market plans to divide the first floor into a commercial space for lease and two apartments.
A former state trooper and former reserve officer and school resource officer with the Wiscasset Police Department has returned to Wiscasset, this time as sergeant.
A panel of local experts on the opioid crisis talked about how the community can help, the stigma around medication-assisted treatment, and local options for treatment Tuesday, Jan. 29.
Luke Houghton, of Newcastle, knows every inch of the turf field at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Ga., home of the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons. The company he works for, FieldTurf USA, refurbished the field Jan. 5-8. Houghton was chosen to work on the field in preparation for Super Bowl LIII, which will feature the New England Patriots against the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday, Feb. 2.
Medomak Valley wrestlers won the KVAC Class B championship on Saturday, Feb. 2 at Cony High School in Augusta.
An unlikely class at Wiscasset Middle High School teaches students to lift fingerprints, research the psychological traits of serial killers, and analyze blood spatter.
The complete archives of The Lincoln County News will soon be on their way to the Midwest for digitization.
After a close race, a Boothbay Harbor man won the January #LCNme365 photo contest by 11 votes with his photo of a quiet harbor framed by snow-covered lobster gear.