The replacement of a concrete walkway at the base of the Damariscotta Mills Fish Ladder is underway.
The Lincoln Academy Climate Action Club asked the Newcastle Board of Selectmen to pass a “climate emergency resolution” this week but the selectmen declined, saying they do not have the authority to pass a resolution on behalf of the town.
Colleagues and friends remember Kathy M. Sherman Blagdon as an exceptional emergency dispatcher with an intense dedication to her work throughout 36 years with Lincoln County, the last six with cancer.
The tenants of a house at 211 Medomak Road in Bremen were able to exit safely when a chimney fire spread to the roof around the chimney the evening of Monday, Dec. 2.
With two harvests under their belts, the Lincoln County Gleaners are expanding their food security-focused mission from seasonal to year-round.
If you see a powerful glow with flames shooting skyward out of the corner of your eye while driving south on Route 27, do not be alarmed. It’s not a spaceship or a dragon, it is only the 60,000-plus holiday lights and two towering flamethrowers that mark the entrance to Food Trucks A-Go, the brand-new food truck court in the Boothbay region that will be open this holiday season.
A Jefferson woman’s photo of a sunset near her home on Dyer Long Pond nabbed 68.2% of reader votes to win the November #LCNme365 photo contest.
The digital archives of The Lincoln County News are now available online through Skidompha Library.
The Twin Villages Foodbank Farm, of Damariscotta, is busy this Thanksgiving. The farm is distributing produce for Thanksgiving baskets and will host a 5K trail run at its headquarters Thanksgiving morning.
Construction at the Pemaquid Pond boat launch, off Route 1 in Nobleboro, was completed Friday, Nov. 22 and the launch reopened the next day.
The Wiscasset Planning Board approved an application to open a veterinary hospital at 161 Gardiner Road on Monday, Nov. 25.
Most of the historic homes in Wiscasset share qualities of grandeur and luxury, including the 1807 Castle Tucker, 1807 Nickels-Sortwell House, and 1792 Smith House, all large homes built by wealthy and prominent residents of the 1700s and early 1800s. Those homes are more imposing than the 1790 tiny house at 16 Fort Hill St., but it is no less a part of the town’s heritage.
Fire destroyed a vacant double-wide mobile home at 21 Taryn Drive, off Call’s Hill Road, in Dresden the afternoon of Monday, Nov. 25.
The Bristol surveyor at the helm of the former Leighton & Associates Inc., of Boothbay, has given the 59-year-old firm a new name – Boothbay Region Surveyors – and is introducing new technology to serve its clients.
The owners of a Newcastle clothing and home goods business are launching a new division: Citizen Maine.