The five towns of RSU 40 will pay more toward education – up to 12.8 percent more – under the budget approved by district voters at Medomak Valley High School in Waldoboro on Tuesday, May 15.
The town of Alna’s petition to amend the RSU 12 Reorganization Plan to restrict K-8 school choice will go to voters in the district’s seven towns June 12.
Edgecomb Fire Chief Roy Potter, during a special meeting at the fire station Wednesday, May 9, said a new truck the department hopes to purchase would replace two others and provide better service. According to Potter, the truck would cost about $247,670.
Lincoln County has its own Batman – an expert in bat eviction and guano cleanup who removes bats quickly and thoroughly, but with a sense of duty to the animals.
LincolnHealth Safety Specialist and Emergency Preparedness Coordinator Megan Melville was recently named Outstanding Emergency Manager of the Year.
On Saturday and Sunday, May 5 and 6, the Maine Pottery Tour marked its seventh year. During this statewide annual celebration of Maine ceramicists and their art, members of the public have the opportunity to travel from one participating pottery studio to another to meet the artists, take in their beautiful and varied wares, and, in a number of cases, try their hand at a little pottery-making themselves.
Main Street Grocery owners Jane and Gary Gravel cut the ribbon at the store’s grand opening Friday, May 4.
Local firefighters have knocked down a house fire in Damariscotta, but remain on the scene.
The Lincoln County News will host a forum with the candidates for the Democratic nomination in Maine House District 88.
High school freshman Wyatt Flower and his grandfather, Ken Flower, will open Sweet Georgia BBQ in Bristol on Saturday, May 12.
The organization Our Town has taken its case against the development of 435 Main St. in Damariscotta to Maine Superior Court.
The Jefferson Market on Route 32 has a new owner after an on-site foreclosure auction Thursday, May 3.
A Monday, May 7 meeting of the public advisory committee for the Maine Department of Transportation’s downtown project grew heated at times, with emotional comments from the public.
The Bristol Board of Selectmen reviewed a draft design of a town flag, created by vexillologist Dave Martucci, on Wednesday, May 2.