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RSU 12 schools will reopen for in-person instruction this fall, but families can opt for distance learning instead, according to a July 30 letter from Superintendent Howard Tuttle.
First-term Lincoln County Judge of Probate William Avantaggio, D-Bremen, faces a reelection challenge from Meegan Burbank, I-Jefferson.
A new cafe is open in Waldoboro village.
n Saturday, Aug. 1, a 10.8-mile funeral procession along Route 1 from Bath through Wiscasset honored Richard Kubler, a former New Jersey firefighter and recent transplant to Wiscasset who died July 25 of cancer related to his service at ground zero after the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Lincoln County dedicated a memorial Tuesday, Aug. 4 to law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty.
AOS 93 has hired Jefferson Village School Lynsey Johnston to take the job of assistant superintendent and business manager.
Two Bremen residents plan to open Damariscotta’s second and final – for now – medical cannabis storefront, Above and Beyond, in Main Street Centre, at 464 Main St.
Lobsterman’s Wharf in East Boothbay will reopen Thursday, Aug. 6, with a new open-air bar and dining area that makes the long-standing restaurant unlike any other in Lincoln County.
The digital archive of The Lincoln County News and its predecessors is now available for newspaper subscribers at lcnme.com.
Waldoboro is considering whether to stop leasing its blueberry fields at Quarry Hill Farm to commercial harvesters and instead make the fields available to residents for blueberry picking.
The Jefferson School Committee voted unanimously Monday, Aug. 3 to have students return to school on a full-time, in-person basis at the start of the upcoming school year.
The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention reported one more case of COVID-19 in a Lincoln County resident and two more recoveries in the past week.
Jim Donovan, LincolnHealth’s president for the past 12 years, has announced that he’s chosen to retire as of March 30, 2021, capping more than three decades of health care leadership in Maine.
Maine Open Farm Day has been an annual, statewide tradition for 30 years, but this year the festivities looked a little different.
A small barn burned down in the Christmas Cove area of South Bristol early Saturday, Aug. 1.