A 21-year-old Bristol man suffered serious head injuries but police say he appears likely to recover after a crash on Benner Road in Bristol the afternoon of Saturday, June 12.
While Swallowtail Farm and Creamery in the Whitefield village of Coopers Mills village has received recognition for its dairy products, it will soon be introduced to a whole new audience by none other than Gordon Ramsay, a Michelin star chef known for television shows including “MasterChef” and “Hell’s Kitchen.”
Britani Fairhurst and Brooke Howard, co-owners of B&Co. Hair Salon, spent many long days and late nights converting the former Stable Gallery in Damariscotta into a salon space. They opened for business at the new location on Tuesday, June 1.
Central Lincoln County Adult Education graduates celebrated their accomplishment with a song, personalized poems, a toast, and a punch and cake reception at the Lincoln Theater on Tuesday, June 8.
Roadside Eats in Waldoboro opened on Tuesday, June 1 and the ‘50s-themed restaurant has more than a few surprises on its menu.
Approximately 1,000 people attended Lincoln Academy’s 143rd commencement ceremony to send off the class of 2021 at the Augusta Civic Center on Friday, June 4.
Medomak Valley junior Connor Daigle was denied the opportunity to run for a cross-country state championship last fall due to a COVID-19 outbreak at the school, but he made up for it in grand fashion on Saturday, June 5 at the state Class B track and field championships in Bath.
Lincoln County saw only eight new cases of COVID-19 in the past week, the lowest weekly total since the coronavirus began surging last fall.
The Maine Marine Patrol recovered the body of a 34-year-old Waldoboro fisherman in the Medomak River at 6:30 a.m., Tuesday, June 8.
Newcastle resident Art Mayers is in the process of preserving videotaped oral histories detailing the lives of Lincoln County individuals and different local themes on his YouTube page.
Dresden voters will elect a representative to the RSU 2 Board of Directors on Tuesday, June 8. The polls will be open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. at Pownalborough Hall.
Dresden residents will vote via secret ballot on an RSU 2 budget opposed by the selectmen and budget committee, and elect a first selectman and a member of the school board, Tuesday, June 8.
Waldoboro will vote by secret ballot on 46 warrant articles in the annual town meeting by referendum on Tuesday, June 8.
A newcomer to Damariscotta government is running for selectman and a recent appointee to the school committee is running for his first full term, both unopposed.
On Tuesday, June 8, Waldoboro voters will choose among three candidates for two three-year terms on the RSU 40 Board of Directors.