Data from AOS 93’s survey about Lincoln Academy, conducted from November-December 2017, were presented during a special meeting at Great Salt Bay Community School in Damariscotta on Thursday, March 15.
Bristol residents approved a decision to hire a full-time fire chief during an open town meeting lasting almost four hours on the evening of Tuesday, March 20.
Wiscasset voters will again consider whether the town should have a police department at the annual town meeting by referendum in June.
Despite unrelenting snowfall that resulted in the cancellation of school, dozens of students and community members made their way to the Lincoln Academy campus the morning of Wednesday, March 14 to participate in a nationwide walkout to demand action on gun violence.
While also considering changes to the town’s school choice policy and alcohol sales rules, Alna residents will vote in a pair of contested elections for the first selectman seat and RSU 12 Board of Directors representative on Friday, March 23.
Bruce’s Barbershop, a fixture in downtown Damariscotta for 36 years, has signed a two-year lease to move into a space at 752 Main St., near the intersection of Main Street and Route 1.
The Maine Department of Labor presented the Alna Fire Department with the Safety and Health Award for Public Employers during the Alna Board of Selectmen’s meeting Wednesday, March 14.
Bristol officials presented Carrol Voss, 98, with the Boston Post Cane at his home overlooking the ocean on Sunday, March 11.
A fuel tanker crashed and spilled an estimated 800 gallons of diesel fuel on South Clary Road in Jefferson late Thursday, March 15.
The Jefferson Board of Selectmen held a public hearing Thursday, March 8 on the warrant for the upcoming annual town meeting by referendum.
Proposed changes to Alna’s rules for alcohol sales received almost no comment from the audience during a public hearing the evening of Monday, March 12, with many in the audience saving their comments for a second hearing on amendments to the town’s school choice policy.
A Maine Superior Court justice’s decision to uphold a Maine Department of Environmental Protection water-level order regarding Clary Lake Dam represents a significant victory for lakefront property owners.
Damariscotta residents will decide whether to purchase the barbershop building in the municipal parking lot for the construction of public restrooms during a special town meeting Wednesday, March 21.
A Walpole woman has been arrested in connection with a shooting in Walpole that left a man with non-life-threatening injuries the evening of Friday, March 9.