After a year of work by more than 50 people to develop a strategic plan for the school, Lincoln Academy leaders are ready to pursue the goals in the plan.
The removal of the Northy Bridge on Howe Road in Whitefield was completed ahead of schedule and under budget Monday, Sept. 26, according to Maine Department of Transportation Project Manager Mark Parlin.
A family business offering a 21st-century take on the workday opened in downtown Damariscotta on Monday, Sept. 26, in the historic Gilbert E. Gay building at 133 Main St.
Dozens gathered at Pinkham’s Plantation in Damariscotta on Sunday, Oct. 2 to watch the Damariscotta Pumpkinfest’s annual giant pumpkin weigh-off.
The Maine State Fire Marshal’s Office has ruled the fire that severely damaged a transitional housing center in Dresden in the early hours of Sunday, Oct. 2 accidental. Thirteen residents were displaced as a result of the fire at the Freedom Center, at 633 Gardiner Road (Route 27) in Dresden, which provided temporary housing to […]
The nonprofit Medomak Valley Community Foundation presented a proposal to rehabilitate the A.D. Gray building and transform it into a community center during a meeting of the Waldoboro Board of Selectmen the evening of Tuesday, Sept. 27.
After several meetings, a heated public hearing, and legal review by the town attorney, U.S. Cellular’s application for a cellphone tower at 571 Townhouse Road in Whitefield was ruled complete by the Whitefield Planning Board on Wednesday, Sept. 21, and approved with a series of conditions.
A Waldoboro man celebrated his 100th birthday with more than 20 family members and friends at Moody’s Diner on Monday, Sept. 25.
Lincoln Academy gave the public a look at the school’s budget and discussed its recently completed strategic plan during the school’s first town hall-style meeting in its Parker B. Poe Theater on Wednesday, Sept. 21.
A number of residents attended the Bristol Board of Selectmen meeting Wednesday, Sept. 21 to continue discussions about the future of the Bristol Mills Dam and fish ladder.
Reducing Maine’s energy costs to create a better business climate and solving the opioid crisis will take an “everything on the table” approach, House District 88 Rep. Deb Sanderson said. Sanderson will bring that approach to the Legislature if elected to a fourth term in office.
Education and investment in infrastructure are key to Maine’s economic growth, said Jim Torbert, Democratic challenger in House District 88. Torbert, of Whitefield, announced his candidacy for House District 88, which includes Chelsea, Jefferson, Whitefield, and part of Nobleboro, in July.
Bristol Town Administrator Kris Poland will leave the town office at the end of the year after more than 15 years with the town and 14 1/2 as town administrator.
One drives past the Saltwater Artists Gallery on Bristol Road in New Harbor on the way to and from the Pemaquid Point Lighthouse. Those making a beeline for the lighthouse may miss stopping at this delightful multi-room gallery, but they should make every effort to return another day to leisurely view all that the gallery has to offer.