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The Lincoln County News recently welcomed three new employees in the editorial department: copy editor Maggie Dewane, reporter Hailey Bryant, and intern Alyce McFadden.
A new, weekly fish market at Rising Tide Co-op in Damariscotta is filling a void for both fishermen, who have seen seafood sales plummet, and shoppers, after the closure of a downtown seafood market.
A fixture of Damariscotta Mills and local historian with deep knowledge of the area celebrated his 100th birthday Friday, June 26.
About 85% of Ted Hugger’s guests have canceled their reservations at his Cod Cove Inn in Edgecomb this summer and, for him, the stakes could not be higher.
Debbie Speed’s photo of a bluebird feeding its baby received a whopping 65% of the votes cast to win the June #LCNme365 photo contest.
Newcastle voters will elect two new selectmen from among three candidates during the annual town meeting by referendum July 14.
None of the four candidates for the Waldoboro Board of Selectmen are natives of the area, but all have come to love the town and consider it their home.
Maine Kebab, a new takeout restaurant, will open in the downtown Waldoboro space formerly home to Broad Bay Bistro shortly after the Fourth of July.
Jefferson Redemption owner Caitlyn Butler has expanded into Damariscotta with Damariscotta Redemption, which opened June 9.
A local musician and teacher has seen support from the community, including an online fundraiser that has brought in more than $65,000, after a fire destroyed her Damariscotta home Saturday, June 27.
Gail Beck joked that she knew it was time to retire when she started getting the grandchildren of former students.
The typical end-of-school routine for a high school junior involves SATs, spring sports, prom, and final exams.
An electrical issue may have caused a fire that consumed a tent and its contents at Duck Puddle Campground in Nobleboro on Wednesday, June 24.
Connor McLean was good at most things.
He was a soccer player, a champion of Wii bowling, and a master of the playground game four square. He was a music aficionado who could play guitar, bass, drums, and keyboards. To his friends, he was a leader – cool, calm, talented, and tough. He always felt like family.
Brandon Rodriguez, the lone graduate from the Central Lincoln County Adult Education program this year, had always aspired to complete high school and further his education, but never had a chance to stop working long enough to make it happen.