For the second time in as many weeks, unexpected water issues have prompted the cancelation of classes at Lincoln Academy in Newcastle. School officials made the decision to cancel school for Monday, Feb. 6, due to complications related to a burst water pipe in the Hall House. According to Lincoln Academy Director of Communications Jenny […]
Representatives from Volunteers of America Northern New England presented a draft for a 36-unit affordable senior housing development it hopes to build at A.D. Gray School property during the Waldoboro Planning Board meeting on Thursday, Jan. 26.
Terry Michaud always knew he wanted to be a police officer. Growing up in an unsettled home, Michaud saw firsthand the stability and security a police officer could provide and he knew early on he wanted to provide that same sense of safety for others.
Nearly 40 people showed up to South Bristol’s town office for the meeting of the select board on Thursday, Jan. 26 to voice concerns about oversight in the town office.
A new warming center opening at The Second Congregational Church in Newcastle will offer 18 hours of weekly shelter and food as temperatures drop and new data starts to record those living without in Lincoln County.
Maine Rep. Clinton Collamore, D-Waldoboro, faces 33 charges of violating the Maine Clean Election Act following a Dec. 15 indictment alleging he forged signatures to qualify for state campaign funding last year.
COVID-19 tests performed at LincolnHealth declined for the fifth straight week and positive cases dropped, according to hospital spokesperson John Martins.
After exactly six years of pastoral leadership, the Rev. Char Corbett is departing The Second Congregational Church of Newcastle to become executive director of Healthy Kids in Damariscotta.
Who hasn’t thought about living the dream? To chuck it all – the job, the bills, the grind – and leave it behind to travel as freely as the wind blows, unencumbered by any concern other than safety and good health?
Simmons Seafood Market opened its doors at 49 Main St. in Damariscotta this month, bringing customers fresh seafood purchased directly from fishermen and processed in house.
Lincoln Academy quickly resumed a regular schedule after a failed storm drain forced school officials to cancel classes for one day last week, but clean up and remediation efforts are expected to continue well into February.
The RSU 40 Board of Directors approved a new transgender and gender expansive student policy with a divided vote at its Thursday, Jan. 19 meeting following two hours of deliberation over the policy’s language and intent. With the vote approving a second read, the new policy replaced a previous version.
Sam Richards knows the value of being trained in CPR and mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. On the evening of Jan. 3, he used these techniques to save the life of his father, Bristol resident Todd Richards, after Todd choked on a large piece of steak.
Clint Collamore, newly elected state representative from Waldoboro, was criminally indicted after Maine’s campaign finance regulator said it found up to 30 fraudulent signatures on forms used to qualify for the taxpayer-funded Maine Clean Election Act campaign program.
Longtime South Bristol Select Board member and board chair Ken Lincoln resigned at the end of a board meeting on Thursday, Jan. 5.