A woman who has lived most of her life in Waldoboro celebrated her 100th birthday at Waldoboro Green the afternoon of Tuesday, Oct. 15.
Beginning at the age of 12, Michael Connors struggled with alcoholism and addiction for more than 20 years. He overdosed on drugs six times and was saved six times. He was often in jail. But today, more than five years after his last day in custody, the former Wiscasset resident is an alcohol and drug counselor who uses his story to bring hope and encouragement to others as they confront the same issues.
Follow the signs for Bigfoot to the Y-Knot Underground, the new eatery at 590 Main St. in Damariscotta.
A plastic straw, printer paper, and tape is all it takes to make a rocket soar for third graders at Whitefield Elementary School.
A fire caused extensive damage to the McGreevy’s Corner Store building at Kaler’s Corner in Waldoboro the evening of Thursday, Oct. 17. A person and a cat escaped an apartment above the store, and there were no injuries.
After 200 years in existence, some things have changed and some have stayed the same at the Damariscotta Baptist Church. Through it all, the church has remained a solid foundation for the surrounding community.
The Rite Aid at 365 Main St. in Damariscotta will officially make the change to a Walgreens on Nov. 1.
Another impressive crowd of pumpkin enthusiasts from near and far flooded the Twin Villages for the 13th annual Damariscotta Pumpkinfest & Regatta over the holiday weekend, Oct. 12-14.
After a rainout last year, Wiscasset’s Scarecrowfest is making a big comeback, with not just a one-day event, but a full week of festivities.
There were clear skies, anticipation, wet clothes, and a floating treasure chest at this year’s Damariscotta Pumpkinfest Regatta, held in Damariscotta Harbor on Monday, Oct. 14.
The green pasture of a Whitefield farm is dotted with 19 alpacas and now a new gift shop that mostly sells items made from the critters’ fiber.
A Waldoboro couple has started a business that combines their years of experience in the architecture industry with other interests and talents, like graphic design and web design.
Ever since he heard about the Sunday Times Golden Globe Race, the world’s first nonstop, single-handed, round-the-world yacht race, in 1968, Newcastle resident and internationally known author Nigel Calder has been cruising by boat around different parts of the globe.
Lincoln Academy pulled out all the stops to welcome its new head of school, Jeffrey S. Burroughs, with an installation ceremony in the Nelson Bailey Gymnasium on Saturday, Oct. 5.
Despite a competitive bid process, Newcastle received one bid, at $1,786,891.75, for the reconstruction of Academy Hill Road.