The majority of attendees at Whitefield’s Thursday, Jan. 21 public hearing, held to discuss the unanimous recommendations of both the Coopers Mills Dam Committee and the Whitefield Board of Selectmen to remove the Coopers Mills Dam, were Long Pond property owners.
The Lincoln County News Publisher Chris Roberts has named Deputy Editor J.W. Oliver the next editor of the newspaper.
The Lincoln County Probate Court is a smooth-running operation that rarely gets publicity, Probate Judge Tom Berry said. The low-profile court, however, has a big impact and is oftentimes tasked with deciding contentious issues at the heart of family disputes, or guardianship cases that limit individuals’ constitutional rights.
The most recent entry in the Pendergast series of thrillers by Round Pond author Douglas Preston and his longtime writing partner already has their many fans impatiently awaiting the next.
The conditions to launch a program to connect heroin and opiate addicts to treatment resources without the threat of incarceration will never be perfect, Scarborough Police Department Patrol Officer John Gill said to a crowd of law enforcement officials, LincolnHealth representatives, and community members at the Skidompha Library in Damariscotta Jan. 20.
A fixture of the Jefferson community will soon reopen after an extensive renovation.
A former Lincoln County resident who now resides in Lexington Township has filed a civil suit against the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, other law enforcement agencies, and several individual officers in relation to a 2013 incident in Jefferson.
Pastry chefs from Moody’s Diner in Waldoboro shared tips of their trade during a pie-making workshop at Spectrum Generations Coastal Community Center in Damariscotta on Monday, Jan. 25.
The Medomak Valley High School Class of 2017 has adopted a unique way to raise funds for its senior class trip and graduation activities.
To sum up Teddy Dee in one word would be an impossible task, according to his wife of 34 years, Patti Dee.
Medomak Valley cheerleaders successfully defended their Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference title on Monday, Jan. 18 at the Augusta Civic Center. The KVAC championship was the fourth in six years for the Lady Panthers. They also won in 2011, 2013, and 2015. They were runners-up in 2012 to Leavitt and 2014 to Gardiner.
For five students RSU 12 might otherwise have placed outside the district in a specialized program, the ABLE program for grades five through eight at Whitefield Elementary School is providing engaging, hands-on education that is helping students achieve academic standards.
Members of Alpha Sigma Gamma, Lincoln Academy’s service fraternity, scattered across the county to help residents out by doing a variety of jobs, chores, and tasks in celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Monday, Jan. 20.
The Clary Lake Dam, a center of controversy in Jefferson and Whitefield, is up for auction, according to a notice of public sale filed with the Lincoln County Registry of Deeds on Jan. 5. The auction, the result of a foreclosure on the mortgage on the dam, is scheduled for Friday, Jan. 29 at 11 a.m. on the steps of the Lincoln County Courthouse.