Samuel E. “Sam” Roberts, 87, third-generation publisher of The Lincoln County News from 1966-1992, died at LincolnHealth’s Miles Campus in Damariscotta early Tuesday, Nov. 6.
Newcastle residents approved a ban on certain plastics and rejected a new land use ordinance, or character code, Tuesday, Nov. 6.
Damariscotta residents banned plastic bags, opted in to allow both medical and recreational marijuana businesses, and rejected a moratorium on medical marijuana businesses at the polls Tuesday, Nov. 6.
A Bristol family remembers the victim of a fatal 2017 wreck in Dresden, their mother, mother-in-law, and grandmother, as a bookworm with a generous heart, a take-charge personality, and “vivacious” energy.
Diners feeling a little sad because summer has come to an end and Midcoast restaurants are closing for the long, cold winter have cause to cheer up. There’s a new restaurant coming to Boothbay Harbor, and between the scenic location and the talented chefs, it’s causing a stir of excitement in the region.
Waldoboro has a new police chief after a swearing-in ceremony at the town office Tuesday, Oct. 30.
Lincoln Academy has named its next head of school: Jeffrey Burroughs, assistant headmaster for academics at St. Johnsbury Academy in Vermont.
The newest store in Damariscotta’s Elm Street Plaza carries all the necessities for kids and adults alike – shock pens, magic relighting candles, and shock gum.
Bristol Fire Chief Paul Leeman Jr. will become the town’s first full-time fire chief and only the second in Lincoln County on Monday, Nov. 5.
Two half-sisters who met for the first time in middle age recently traveled to Round Pond in search of answers about their family and past – including the identity of a half-brother.
A Bristol woman overwhelmingly won the October #LCNme365 photo contest with 56.8 percent of the votes cast for her photo of fall foliage.
Retired U.S. Navy Lt. Cmdr. Richard Donaldson, R-Georgetown, is challenging incumbent Sen. Eloise Vitelli, D-Arrowsic, in Senate District 23: Dresden and Sagadahoc County.
State Sen. Eloise Vitelli, D-Arrowsic, is stressing the importance of education and health care as she seeks re-election in Senate District 23, Dresden and Sagadahoc County.
Laura Fortman, D-Nobleboro, is challenging incumbent Sen. Dana Dow, R-Waldoboro, for the Senate District 13 seat. The former state labor commissioner is focusing on education, health care, the economy, and the environment.