A new group has formed to promote downtown Wiscasset during and after the Maine Department of Transportation’s construction project.
“This whole area suddenly becomes your backyard,” Flighttime member Sean Rafter said of flying, looking at a map of New England on the wall of a hangar at the Wiscasset Municipal Airport.
A retired U.S. Army officer and former teacher and coach at Erskine Academy hopes to unseat the incumbent in House District 80, which includes the Lincoln County town of Somerville.
State Rep. Richard Bradstreet, R-Vassalboro, is seeking re-election in House District 80, which includes the Lincoln County town of Somerville.
A local businessman has renovated a former Dodge dealership on Winslows Mills Road in Waldoboro, transforming the rundown industrial building into a high-tech, secure facility for climate-controlled storage.
A recent assessment of substance use by local youth shows that more high school students are using marijuana than alcohol for the first time since the assessments began in 2009.
A local barber with 50 years of experience – most in his downtown Damariscotta barbershop – will open a new shop at his Waldoboro home Friday, Sept. 21.
“We began pretty modestly 20 years ago,” Eldercare Network of Lincoln County founder and Chair Dr. Allan “Chip” Teel said of the organization during a 20th-anniversary reception at Lincoln Academy in Newcastle on Thursday, Sept. 13.
Members of the Damariscotta River Association and the Pemaquid Watershed Association will vote on whether to merge the land trusts Tuesday, Sept. 25.
The Waldoborough Historical Society continues to grow in its 50th year, recently acquiring the West Waldoboro Community Building to serve as an off-site annex to its Main Street museum.
The driver of a car that crossed the centerline of Route 27 in Dresden, causing a head-on crash that killed a woman in the other car, has been indicted on several charges related to the crash, including manslaughter and operating under the influence.
Anyone driving down Route 27 in Edgecomb with their windows down this summer might have gotten a whiff of lavender as they drove by McKay Road.
A three-term Woolwich selectman and University of Maine at Farmington history professor is challenging a two-term legislator in House District 53 – Dresden, Arrowsic, Georgetown, Phippsburg, Woolwich, and part of Richmond.
State Rep. Jeffrey Pierce, R-Dresden, hopes to continue to bring his “workingman’s perspective to the State House with a third consecutive term in House District 53.
The residents of 10 Lincoln County homes benefited from the efforts of more than 100 “neighbors helping neighbors keeping their homes safe, warm, and dry” during the annual Community Cares Day on Saturday, Sept. 7.