Barn Door Baking Co. will open a breakfast and lunch restaurant in the 212 Main St. space recently home to Crissy’s Breakfast & Coffee Bar. The company will continue to operate its 158 Main St. cafe that adjoins Sherman’s Maine Coast Book Shop.
Members of the Waldoboro Board of Selectmen defended plans to transfer the A.D. Gray property to Volunteers of America on Tuesday, Feb. 23.
Verizon Wireless is proposing to install wireless communications equipment in the bell tower of The Second Congregational Church in Newcastle.
Lincoln County saw 23 new cases of COVID-19 in the past week, down slightly from 25 new cases last week.
Wiscasset Middle High School opened its first new classroom in 48 years with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Monday, Feb. 22.
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted daily life around the world, but in Sally Monroe’s prekindergarten classroom at Edgecomb Eddy School, it’s mostly business as usual.
An orange cat leads the way, tail waving, through 5 acres of metal cast-offs that have been collected, conceived, cut, and concocted into a garden of fantastical figures on a piece of property on Bremen Road in Waldoboro.
An underwater cable that will connect the New England Aqua Ventus I wind turbine off the coast of Monhegan Island to the mainland power grid will come ashore in the Boothbay region, developers said in a Zoom meeting Wednesday, Feb. 3.
The Lincoln County News judges have spoken. Now it’s up to readers to decide the February winner of the #LCNme365 photo contest.
The town of Waldoboro will accept the donation of the former Sylvania property on Friendship Road subject to two changes in an agreement, the selectmen voted during a special meeting Feb. 3.
The number of new COVID-19 cases in Lincoln County residents ticked up slightly this week with 30 new cases, up from 25 last week.
The owner of the DanceMaineia studio plans to move into the former Progressive Grange in Waldoboro and reopen there June 1.
The Alna Board of Appeals discussed three appeals related to Jeff Spinney’s boat ramp over the course of two meetings Thursday, Feb. 11 and Tuesday, Feb. 16. The board will hold a third meeting in March to deliberate and vote on all three appeals.
During the March on the Pentagon on Oct. 21, 1967, Alan McKinnon found himself in a difficult position. At the time, he was working for the U.S. Department of Defense while marching, along with about 50,000 other people, across Washington, D.C. to the Pentagon in an effort to end the Vietnam War.
The Water Street Kitchen & Bar closed for the month of January, but it reopened just in time to be a romantic Valentine’s Day dinner destination.