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Cary Myles, a longtime seasonal customer of the Samoset Restaurant and then The Harbor Room in New Harbor, has taken over the business and plans to reopen in late June, with few changes.
A proposal to build new facilities for a sportsman’s club on the Sheepscot River in Alna continued to draw opposition during a three-hour public hearing before the Alna Planning Board on Friday, May 29.
The day after canceling a parade to celebrate the Medomak Valley High School Class of 2020, MVHS announced that a motorcade will take place along the same route and at the same time, with only subtle differences from the original plan.
The Anchor, a seasonal restaurant in Round Pond, will not open this year due to concerns about COVID-19. The restaurant’s sister establishment, Muscongus Bay Lobster Co. – which has only outdoor seating – opened May 23.
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Nationwide protests following the death of George Floyd spread to Lincoln County in recent days, as locals gathered in and around Newcastle’s Veterans Memorial Park for a series of peaceful events.
Two Fish boutique in downtown Damariscotta reopened Wednesday, May 27, but only for a few days. With a good measure of sadness and a dash of relief, owner Chris Hunt closed the clothing and home goods shop for good Saturday, May 31.
The four candidates for two seats on the Waldoboro Board of Selectmen will field questions during a forum June 16.
An accidental grease fire, caused when the homeowner left bacon cooking on the stove, destroyed a home at 159 McFarland Shore Road in New Harbor the morning of Wednesday, June 3.
Medomak Valley High School has canceled its graduation parade, citing guidance from the Maine Attorney General’s Office to law enforcement across the state.
Thomas Sikes, 71, of Edgecomb, died in a two-vehicle crash on Route 1 in Wiscasset, just south of the Wiscasset House of Pizza, the morning of Wednesday, June 3.
A brush fire burned about a quarter-acre of land and spread into nearby woods off Stoneybrook Lane in Bristol the afternoon of Tuesday, June 2.
Candidates in three local races with contested primaries will field questions from The Lincoln County News and the public during forums the next two Thursdays.
The town of Bremen and Tidewater Telecom Inc. have won a $120,000 grant from the ConnectMaine Authority that will enable the expansion of high-speed internet access to every household in Bremen.
Local researchers recently uncovered the identity of a veteran of two wars buried in an unmarked grave in Damariscotta. On the Thursday before Memorial Day, they dedicated a new headstone at his grave.