United by their past as athletes and their present experience with cancer, five local men in their 70s and 80s gather to work out and support one another at the Wiscasset Community Center several days each week.
A century ago, on June 10, 1918, a 24-year-old farmer from Sheepscot named Roscoe Moses Chase was wounded while fighting Germans at Belleau Wood, about 50 miles east of Paris. A pivotal battle of World War I, Belleau Wood is a prominent piece of Marine Corps lore.
A quick response prevented a fire in the furnace of a mobile home at 747 Bristol Road from spreading the morning of Saturday, Nov. 10.
A full house witnessed the presentation of the Boston Post Cane to lifelong Whitefield resident and “legend” Albert Boynton, 92, at the Whitefield Historical Society’s meeting place above the town office Saturday, Nov. 3.
The Midcoast Conservancy and the Medomak Valley Land Trust are “moving forward with excitement” toward a merger, according to the executive director of the conservancy.
Republicans in the Maine Senate picked Sen. Dana Dow, of Waldoboro, as minority leader Thursday, Nov. 8.
Natalia “Natty” Jackson, 62, of South Bristol and formerly of Panama, recently voted in her first U.S. election since becoming a citizen in September.
A Wiscasset man will draw on his childhood experiences with domestic violence and his more recent experience in corrections in his new job as school resource officer.
A Maine Superior Court justice has sided with the town of Damariscotta and Damariscotta Main Street LLC in a lawsuit that attempted to block the latter’s 435 Main St. development.
A Wiscasset woman was extricated from her SUV and flown to a hospital with “potentially life-threatening” injuries after a single-vehicle crash in Wiscasset the night of Wednesday, Nov. 7.
Two years ago, Republicans won seven of the nine legislative seats that represent Lincoln County. Now, Democrats will hold five of the seats, with a sixth going to an independent.
Samuel E. “Sam” Roberts, 87, third-generation publisher of The Lincoln County News from 1966-1992, died at LincolnHealth’s Miles Campus in Damariscotta early Tuesday, Nov. 6.
Newcastle residents approved a ban on certain plastics and rejected a new land use ordinance, or character code, Tuesday, Nov. 6.
Damariscotta residents banned plastic bags, opted in to allow both medical and recreational marijuana businesses, and rejected a moratorium on medical marijuana businesses at the polls Tuesday, Nov. 6.
A Bristol family remembers the victim of a fatal 2017 wreck in Dresden, their mother, mother-in-law, and grandmother, as a bookworm with a generous heart, a take-charge personality, and “vivacious” energy.