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.
The annual Pemaquid Oyster Festival drew a crowd to Damariscotta to enjoy oysters and support marine conservation Sunday, Sept. 25.
A section of Biscay Road in Damariscotta will be closed Sept. 27-28 for the replacement of a culvert, according to the Maine Department of Transportation and the town of Damariscotta.
A Newcastle woman has opened a business offering intuitive readings and healing.
The Lincoln County News invites the public to hear directly from local candidates for the Maine State Legislature during its candidates forums on Thursday, Oct. 6 and Thursday, Oct. 13.
Numerous people in Lincoln County watched a low-flying World War II-era B-17 Flying Fortress bomber fly over the county Thursday, Sept. 22.
The debate about Wiscasset firefighters washing their personal vehicles at the fire station will be decided by voters in November. The Wiscasset Board of Selectmen voted 4-1 Tuesday, Sept. 20 to call a townwide vote for Nov. 8 to let residents decide a question that has divided the fire department, the board of selectmen, and the town administration.
A Bristol Mills resident will appear on the MTV reality series “Catfish” at 10 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 21 after photos from his social media accounts were taken and used to trick another person.
Members of the Maine chapter of the American Institute of Architects visited the Lincoln Academy campus Thursday, Sept. 15 for a tour of the Cable-Burns Applied Technology and Engineering Center.
After a nearly two-hour discussion about whether propane is a raw material and the meaning of the word “bulk,” the Nobleboro Planning Board voted to table a decision about Maritime Energy’s proposed propane tank until the full board is present.