A Dresden husband and wife who are the caretakers of the Forest Hill Cemetery on Route 128 have been asking themselves, “Where have all the volunteers gone?”
The Lincoln County Animal Shelter in Edgecomb participated in a successful Puppy Palooza event Saturday, March 3. Seventeen animals found homes, including 12 dogs from Mississippi.
The town of Damariscotta has reached an agreement to purchase the barbershop in the municipal parking lot as the new location for the planned public restrooms.
Maine Democrats rallied together and laid the groundwork for the upcoming primary and general election at caucuses across the state Sunday, March 4.
When U.S. House of Representatives Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy awarded Ridgecrest veteran John Abbott with a long list of service medals and awards, he also brought a message from an unexpected source. President Donald Trump reportedly sent his thanks to Abbott on behalf of the entire country.
It was standing room only at the Alna fire station the evening of Monday, March 5, where, over the course of 3 1/2 hours, residents and town officials discussed an upcoming referendum vote regarding the town’s school choice policy.
The municipal parking lot in downtown Damariscotta flooded for the second time in two months during an astronomical high tide Friday, March 2.
Our Town, a coalition of residents of Damariscotta and surrounding towns, has filed an appeal of the Damariscotta Planning Board’s decision to approve the 435 Main St. development.
The Garage, an auto repair shop owned by Scott Dupuis, opened this past November in Damariscotta.
The owners of Dresden Take Out hope their new lunch counter with 14 bright red stools for customers to enjoy breakfast and lunch will make the store in the village a place to meet people and enjoy home-cooked food.
In a landslide, Richmond Police Chief Scott MacMaster, of Dresden, won the February #LCNme365 photo contest with 63 percent of the vote.
A new face can be seen working in the window of a downtown Damariscotta shop.
The Jefferson Market closed abruptly Feb. 15, with a sign on the door indicating that the store closed for vacation and would reopen April 15.
Although the Maine State Legislature will not pass a bill to authorize the lease of the Colonial Pemaquid State Historic Site to The Friends of Colonial Pemaquid, the nonprofit’s leadership will continue to pursue the lease.