On Sunday, Feb. 28, Medomak Valley High School informed parents and students that the school would return to remote instruction for “up to five days” due to a positive COVID-19 test.
The owners of a farm in the Whitefield village of Coopers Mills say someone used a tractor to destroy their farm stand late Wednesday, Feb. 24. Now, the community is eager to help them rebuild.
“Life is too short to read an uninteresting book,” Chloe Deblois said.
Jennifer Dighton, of Edgecomb, set out to create a rewarding career for herself. On Jan. 4, she opened her first business in Newcastle.
Donations began to pour in after Wiscasset’s Morris Farm asked the community for help covering a $30,000 revenue shortfall early this month, covering almost all of the shortfall after one week.
On Sunday, Feb. 21, a small group gathered under a bright blue sky at Hidden Valley Nature Center in Jefferson for a snowshoe yoga session.
The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention reported the second death of a Lincoln County resident from complications due to COVID-19 on Thursday, Feb. 25.
The Rangeley Fire and Rescue Department recently recognized 22-year-old Jefferson firefighter and first responder Oakley Oliver for providing assistance to an injured snowmobiler in the western Maine town.
With the largest margin of victory in a monthly contest, Jean Duncan won the February #LCNme365 photo contest with her picture of a snowy owl in flight over Ocean Point.
When Jason Reil disappeared from Brunswick in January 2012, family members were left scrambling for answers. Nine years later, his aunt, Vikki Cunningham, of Edgecomb, is still waiting for closure. Her nephew has not reappeared, nor has his body been found. At present, he is another one of Maine’s missing persons, gone but not forgotten.
The Juniper Hill School for Place-based Education in Alna closed in January after multiple health and safety violations and has yet to reopen.
Damariscotta’s newest patrol officer brings two careers worth of experience, as a veteran of the U.S. Air Force and of law enforcement in South Carolina.
Barn Door Baking Co. will open a breakfast and lunch restaurant in the 212 Main St. space recently home to Crissy’s Breakfast & Coffee Bar. The company will continue to operate its 158 Main St. cafe that adjoins Sherman’s Maine Coast Book Shop.
Members of the Waldoboro Board of Selectmen defended plans to transfer the A.D. Gray property to Volunteers of America on Tuesday, Feb. 23.
Verizon Wireless is proposing to install wireless communications equipment in the bell tower of The Second Congregational Church in Newcastle.