Ice cream lovers can enjoy a hyperlocal floral flavor when they visit SeaLyon Farm in Alna aboard the Wiscasset, Waterville and Farmington Railway’s Saturday trains in July. This year’s celebration of all things lavender adds Round Top Ice Cream to the blossoming partnership between farm and railway.
After a lifetime of service to Damariscotta and surrounding communities, Mark Hagar recently stepped back from the Damariscotta Select Board and reflected that he would like to see more people involved in community service and town government.
Anecdotal evidence might lead one to believe Lincoln County’s resident black bear population is on the increase, but according to state and local officials, there is still no Lincoln County bear population to speak of.
Readers selected Kyle Santheson as the winner of the June #LCNme365 photo contest with his picture of a bear having a snack from a birdfeeder.
Adam Bullard, the new principal for Nobleboro Central School, brings not only administrative experience, but also more than nine years of experience in special education to the position.
The Central Lincoln County Ambulance Service Board of Trustees approved a new funding formula that will stay in place for the next five years on Monday, June 27.
Somerville residents agreed to expand the town’s development district and expend pandemic relief funds during their annual town meeting, held Sunday, June 26 in the Somerville Elementary School gymnasium.
Westport Island residents had a busy annual town meeting on Saturday, June 25, during which they approved the 47 articles on the warrant, swore in town officials, and paid tribute to outgoing longtime First Selectman George Richardson Jr. with a standing ovation.
Children between the ages of 6 months and 5 years old can now receive the COVID-19 vaccine at the Watson Health Center on LincolnHealth’s Miles Campus, according to hospital spokesperson John Martins.
As members of the South Bristol School and community watched this year’s eighth grade class launch the boats the students built during the school year, Amanda Sykes was able to take in the scene from a unique perspective.
A Washington man died after his motorcycle collided with a truck and trailer on Turner Ridge Road in Somerville the afternoon of Friday, June 24.
About 40 voters approved Dresden’s $1,157,865 municipal budget, as recommended by the town’s budget review committee, and all other warrant articles during annual town meeting on Saturday, June 18.
Jodie’s Cafe and Bakery opened in Wiscasset on May 24, bringing a bit of the South to these Northern climes.
Whitefield voters unanimously adopted a moratorium on commercial and community solar facilities during a special town meeting at the Whitefield Central Fire Station, Tuesday, June 21. Beginning immediately, the moratorium is effective for 180 days unless extended or ended early by the select board.
Bremen residents needed less than 55 minutes to dispatch the balance of a 50-article warrant during their annual town meeting at the Bremen fire station on Saturday, June 18.