Six area fire departments responded to structure fire on Bristol Road, near Pemaquid Point in Bristol, just before 7 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 2.
After nearly 64 years, a pristine 10-karat gold 1958 Bridge Academy class ring belonging to Hazel Moody (née Robbins) has made its way home to the family of her son, Daniel Moody.
The new owners of King Ro Market, Owen and Amity Libby, look to honor the beloved Round Pond general store’s storied history while at the same time evolving into the future.
Meeting in a special session Tuesday, Nov. 22, the Alna Select Board voted to award a one-year snowplowing contract to the lowest of three bidders, accepting the $325,000 offer from Whitefield contractor Mike Jewett and Son Excavation and Forest Products.
The sixth annual Villages of Light Festival spread the holiday spirit throughout the Twin Villages of Damariscotta and Newcastle with a Santa Claus meet-and-greet, kids’ crafts, a movie, and a parade on Saturday, Nov. 26.
Cupacity, Damariscotta’s cafe society, has closed its doors. Cupacity filled a unique role among the businesses of Main Street; it became a gathering place where locals and tourists mingled over coffee in the morning or cocktails in the evening.
The COVID-19 positivity rate at LincolnHealth is in the single digits for the third consecutive week, according to hospital spokesperson John Martins.
Linda Porter’s favorite words are “I’ll try.”
Porter has been the sensei of a karate class filled with Mobius clients at the CLC YMCA in Damariscotta for the past five years. She has taught karate, including to special needs children and adults, for 25 years, starting in western Massachusetts, where she owned her own studio. Her son has Asperger’s syndrome and took karate classes beginning at age 6.
A pair of Whitefield residents was arrested and faces criminal charges following an execution of a search warrant on a Beech Lane residence, Friday, Nov. 25.
Damariscotta’s Jizai Don Sorterup has always been interested in spiritual leadership and helping people. As a life coach and an ordained Zen Buddhist priest, Sorterup has opportunities through his work to find fulfillment by helping others.
Mother-daughter pair Laurie and Charlotte Martin has spent over a decade working together at The Best Little Hair House. In this past year, they have made the business and the space their own.
The Edgecomb Select Board has retained Portland-based law firm Jensen Baird to respond to a lawsuit filed by an Edgecomb resident during a select board meeting at the town office on Monday, Nov. 14.
COVID-19 continues to linger in Lincoln County, as 14 new cases have been identified in residents in the past week, up from nine new cases the week before.
Chewonki Foundation’s announcement that it plans to close the foundation’s elementary and middle school education programs at the end of the current school year has left some local families upset and scrambling for education options.
Damariscotta voters narrowly approved, by a vote of 5-4, a $32,500 increase for this year’s snowplowing services during a special town meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 16.