Seamus Gilbert, 18, of Bremen, started his own excavation business early this summer, shortly after his graduation from Lincoln Academy.
Democratic candidate for district attorney Natasha Irving, of Waldoboro, believes community-based restorative justice needs to be a priority in the district.
District Attorney Jonathan R. Liberman, R-West Bath, is touting his trial experience as he seeks his first full term as top prosecutor in the Midcoast.
Two new businesses will open in the former Wiscasset Old General Store in mid-September: a shop for gourmet coffee and smoothies and a dealer of Maine- and New England-made products.
New Wiscasset Middle High School Principal Charles Lomonte started work Aug. 28. During an interview on his second day, the veteran administrator discussed his goals, including to welcome sixth-graders into the building and bring “cohesion” to the school.
The Lincoln County News will host three forums with candidates for local legislative districts, as well as for county commissioner and district attorney, in October.
A historic New York City fireboat, currently a floating art exhibit that commemorates the 100th anniversary of World War I, has a connection to South Bristol through its owner.
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.