A Gardiner researcher says hundreds of people, including veterans and residents of the Old Men’s Camp in Jefferson, are buried in unmarked graves in area cemeteries.
After taking over day-to-day operations of Damariscotta-based Medomak Construction Inc. in late January, Newcastle native Cameron Creamer bought the company in June.
Sheepscot General Farm, of Whitefield, will test a new crop this year – and a new way of selling the crop – when it opens a pick-your-own hemp field in September.
A Thomaston motorcyclist was flown to Maine Medical Center in Portland with serious injuries after he crashed into the back of a horse-drawn carriage in Jefferson the evening of Wednesday, Aug. 14.
The Maine Department of Education has denied a family’s appeal of the Jefferson School Committee’s decision not to allow their child to attend Jefferson Village School. Meanwhile, a Jefferson selectman plans to consult the Maine Municipal Association on the matter.
Local recycling and waste-management researchers and activists Michael Uhl and Mark Ward hope to further awareness and discussion of recycling and trash in Lincoln County with a public forum Thursday, Aug. 22.
Capt. Gorham Lilly, a volunteer firefighter in Dresden for nearly 60 years, was recognized as a “Hometown Hero” during a ceremony at Pownalborough Hall in Dresden on Wednesday, Aug. 7.
Fishermen discovered the body of a male subject floating in Greenland Cove, Bremen, northeast of Round Pond Harbor, a little after 11 a.m., Monday, Aug. 19, according to Maine Marine Patrol Sgt. Matthew Talbot. The search of Round Pond Harbor for a missing Bremen man has been suspended while searchers wait for the Maine Chief Medical Examiner’s Office to identify the body.
Fifteen years after going to work with the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, Sgt. Mark Bridgham – better known as “Officer Mark” to hundreds of students at Lincoln Academy – retired from full-time duty July 24.
After the resolution of a bitter, years-long fight over dam ownership and water levels, the Clary Lake Association is planning a bright future for the ecology and enjoyment of the lake.
A new “boutique” bed-and-breakfast with one guest room is now open at 87 Federal St. in Wiscasset.
The Round Pond general store, King Ro Market, is for sale.
Owners B.J. Russell and Lori Crook put a roughly 1 1/2-acre parcel and the turnkey business on the market last month for $695,000.
A new sawmill is under construction at N.C. Hunt Lumber in Jefferson, as the business looks to bring the facility back up to full production in the wake of a March fire.
Local firefighters extinguished a woods fire off a logging road in the area of 1537 Bunker Hill Road, Jefferson, the afternoon of Monday, Aug. 5.
The Wiscasset woman convicted and sentenced to 50 years in prison for the murder of a 4-year-old girl in her care has appealed the verdict and sentence to the Maine Supreme Judicial Court.