The Damariscotta Region Chamber of Commerce and Information Bureau will contract with Newcastle’s Paul Garber Residential Builders for the renovation and expansion of the little Damariscotta Region Information Bureau building.
Donald “Donnie” Leeman, who spent almost 40 years serving Lincoln County as a firefighter for Bristol, Newcastle, and Bremen where he ended his career as the department’s chief, passed away unexpectedly at his home the morning of Saturday, Sept. 17.
On Thursday, Sept. 8, the day Queen Elizabeth II of England died, Gladys “Bobbie” Selverstone received a personalized and signed birthday card from her majesty, wishing her well on her 100th birthday.
Positive cases of COVID-19 in those under age 18 spiked from three last week to eight this week, which is the highest number seen in that demographic in months, hospital spokesperson John Martins said in an email.
Katrina J. Smith, R-Palermo, believes the majority of Maine’s elected officials do not represent the many conservative voters in her district. “I think that I’m a bold voice, someone that’s not afraid to stand up for conservative values,” she said.
Lindsey Harwath, I-China, hopes to bring practical progressive ideals to House District 62.
Pamela J. Swift, D-Palermo, said she will bring a “knowledgeable voice” to the Legislature on issues involving farming and health care.
Borealis Breads’ owner Jim Amaral may be better known as a businessman at the forefront of Maine’s thriving local food movement, but he credits his travels abroad for helping him arrive where he is today.
Pat Johnston has a huge heart when it comes to helping veterans. Dressed in a red, white, and blue scarf with a flag lapel pin, she looked every part the patriot, during a Quilts of Appreciation ceremony at her Nobleboro home on Sunday, Sept. 11.
A young albino humpback whale floats calmly, its large brown eye rolled slightly upward to see the world above. Long ventral grooves travel from its mouth to its belly, and a unique skeletal structure seems to capture the very shape of the waves that would surround it in its natural environment.
The Damariscotta Select Board awarded three construction bids — for projects on Egypt Road, Belvedere Road, and Miles Street — to Hagar Enterprises Inc. for up to $1,564,937 on Wednesday, Sept. 7. The Damariscotta-based construction business submitted the low bid for each project.
After a public hearing, the Wiscasset Planning Board approved an application to redevelop the Wiscasset Primary School at 146 Gardiner Road into a senior housing facility operated by Optimus Senior Living on Monday, Sept. 12.
Looking to give voters their choice in leadership Jane Beckwith, D-Randolph is making her first bid for public office a campaign for the House District 53 seat.
Focused on improving Maine’s economy, state Rep. Michael Lemelin, R-Chelsea, is running for House District 53 in a bid for a second consecutive term in the House.
Paul Yates says he was born with a love of “old stuff” and he has worked to preserve history and the town of Bristol throughout his life.