A dozen Bremen residents voted to authorize the town to borrow $190,000 to go into the roads and bridges reserve account and eventually pay for the replacement of the Heath Road bridge during a special town meeting on Thursday, March 3.
Despite support from the governor, frontrunner Donald Trump placed second to U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz in the Lincoln County Republican caucus on Saturday, March 5.
Lincoln County voters gave U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders double the support of former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in presidential voting during the Democratic caucus on Sunday, March 6.
An Arrowsic man has announced his candidacy for House District 53, making him the second Democrat vying for the position. William Neilson hopes to bring his experience as the owner of the Solo Bistro restaurant in Bath, a former corporate attorney, and a community volunteer to the Legislature.
A Waldoboro resident has formally declared her intentions to run for the House District 91 seat in the state Legislature.
A 77-year-old Dresden man convicted of drug trafficking in Spain was the subject of a Feb. 10 U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging hearing about a new scam that is turning unsuspecting seniors into drug mules.
Somerville writer Mary Throckmorton has joined the roster of correspondents at The Lincoln County News.
The Damariscotta Board of Selectmen approved a bid to begin repair work on the Walpole Cemetery’s historic stone arch and wall during a meeting March 2.
Seven Damariscotta residents and business owners attended a public hearing to give input on a proposed stand-alone sign ordinance Monday, March 7.
Lincoln Academy plans to unveil a strategic plan this spring.
Mary Ellen Anderson never imagined she would work for more than 30 years as the treasurer, tax collector, and town clerk of Nobleboro when she was first appointed to those roles in 1983.
Despite a few minor setbacks, a mild winter and around-the-clock work have helped keep the construction of a new drawbridge in South Bristol on track to open by late May.
Following months of discussion, the Newcastle Board of Selectmen granted Lincoln Academy’s request for an abatement for its staff apartments Monday, Feb. 15.
Bristol residents have another news source to consult, as a group of Bristol Consolidated School eighth-grade students recently relaunched the school newspaper.