While pushing the boundaries of human knowledge, Alna resident and microbial ecologist Charlie Culbertson learned firsthand major discoveries can sometimes seem to suddenly appear, even when they are not being looked for.
GSB Eighth Graders Make World Heritage Day Their Legacy
Lorelei Zech brought homemade pfeffernusse cookies, scented with anise and dusted with powdered sugar to represent Germany. Alex Xie brought dumplings, egg rolls, and strips of beef pounded thin and flavored with teriyaki from the Lucky Fortune restaurant in Damariscotta, a taste of his native China. Olive Pine brought borscht and hot sourdough bread in a nod to her Ukrainian heritage.
Nobleboro Voters Approve All Articles at Brisk Town Meeting
All 35 warrant articles passed with little discussion in Nobleboro at annual town meeting on Saturday, March 18, in less than 90 minutes.
Lincoln County EMA Director Announces Resignation
Lincoln County Emergency Management Agency Director Casey Stevens will leave his post with the county later this month to take a position in the private sector.
Bristol Voters Approve School Renovation, Breeze Through Town Meeting
Bristol residents approved a school renovation referendum at the polls on Monday, March 20, and approved all warrant articles at annual town meeting the following day.
Judge Grants Summary Judgment In RSU 40 Lawsuit
RSU 40 has been granted a summary judgment in a lawsuit filed in 2019 by a Medomak Valley High School graduate alleging two years of sexual harassment from former Principal Andrew Cavanaugh.
Parting Gifts: Maine Booch Announces Closing Lineup
After almost two years of fizz and fermentation Maine Booch Brewing will be closing its doors for good on Monday, March 27. Before it goes it will host a final slate of events, a celebration of a place that featured not only organic craft-brewed hard kombucha, but also local musicians, open mic storytelling, poetry readings, and what owner and founder Chauncey Erskine described as “the occasional raucous rock concert.”
South Bristol Voters Show Strong Support for Ambulance Service
South Bristol’s annual town meeting lasted well into a fourth hour as residents picked their way through a 46-article warrant Thursday, March 16.
South Bristol Man Dies in Single-Vehicle Crash
A man died in a single-vehicle crash that closed a portion of Route 129 in South Bristol for more than an hour the evening of Monday, March 20.
Nobleboro’s Jellybean Finds A Family In New Children’s Book
A Nobleboro horse is the star of a new children’s book series told from his perspective, with its first volume released last weekend by author, and owner, Virginia Shaw Genthner.
Bristol Voters Approve School Renovation
Twenty years after voters rejected a similar article, Bristol Consolidated School will see renovations, as residents approved a school renovation referendum at the polls on Monday, March 20.
Boothbay Harbor Man Arrested After Standoff, Shooting Victim Hospitalized
A local man with a reputation for violence is facing charges including aggravated attempted murder following a shooting at an apartment complex on Reed Road in Boothbay Harbor Sunday, March 19.
Characters of the County: The Seaglass Lass is Class
It took a while for Lynne Thompson to warm up to her current husband, Norman Ingalls. As a single woman accustomed to the ways of the world, she wasn’t overly charmed when they first encountered each other online sometime prior to 2007.
Law Enforcement on the Scene of Boothbay Harbor Shooting
As of 10:30 p.m. Sunday, March 19, state and local law enforcement units remain on the scene of a reported shooting in Boothbay Harbor. According to a press release from the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, LCSO deputies, Boothbay Harbor Police Department officers, and Maine State Police Tactical Team officers are currently at an apartment complex […]
South Bristol Consultant Withdraws, Refers Town To Attorney
An alleged incident at the South Bristol town office in early January will now be investigated by an attorney following the withdrawal of a consultant hired to create a report and recommend policies.
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