Edgecomb residents approved 57 of the 60 warrant articles during its annual town meeting by referendum on Saturday, May 21.
Wiscasset Police Chief Lawrence Hesseltine and his son Gage shared an unforgettable day on Thursday, May 12, when they both graduated from Central Maine Community College with presidential honors.
Dresden voters approved a new business license requirement and sale of the town’s grader and rejected changes to the town’s land use and development ordinance regarding mobile homes during a special town meeting on Tuesday, May 24.
Wiscasset Elementary School first grade teacher Trae Stover was named Lincoln County Teacher of the Year.
LincolnHealth is now offering COVID-19 booster shots in its primary care offices to anyone over the age of 5, following last week’s approval and recommendation by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
It was volunteering for a state senator’s campaign that inspired Tom Moroney to seek elected office.
Rep. Holly Stover, D-Boothbay, is seeking a third term in the Maine House of Representatives.
A fire destroyed the Beach Cove Waterfront Inn, a seasonal hotel in Boothbay Harbor, on Monday, May 23.
Cooper Swartzentruber, a 17-year-old junior at Lincoln Academy in Newcastle, will be performing this weekend in the All-State Music Festival at the University of Maine in Orono as the top-ranked alto saxophonist in the state.
Christian “Chris” Grant grew up in Florida and started making his own barbecue sauce when he was young, before he even started cooking the food.
Edgecomb voters will consider 60 warrant articles, including a solar energy systems ordinance, at the annual town meeting by referendum on Saturday, May 21. Polls will be open from 1-7 p.m. at the town hall.
A representative of the Great Salt Bay Sanitary District says the water in Damariscotta and Newcastle is safe to drink, despite having received a number of complaints in the past week.
A construction crew hums along the long runway at the Wiscasset Municipal Airport, also known by the moniker KIWI.
The positivity rate for COVID-19 tests at LincolnHealth has increased slightly, but the numbers are still well below peaks of previous variants of the coronavirus.
On Saturday, May 14 Eleanor Melvin Miller Mitchell put on a pink crown with gold trim and pom-poms to celebrate her 100th birthday.