J & J Jamaican Grocery and Gift Shop was issued a cease-and-desist letter to discontinue the operation of its food smoker by Damariscotta’s Code Enforcement Officer Stanley Waltz, on Sunday, Aug. 1.
An exhilarating version of “Pride and Prejudice” sparkles on the Parker B. Poe stage at Lincoln Academy through Aug. 7, in Heartwood Regional Theater’s first full-scale live production since 2019.
Damariscotta contractor C.J. Turner broke ground on a parade home in November 2020. He calls the sustainable dream house a “grand cabin” that will be completed and presented to the public next summer.
A fire severely damaged a two-story farmhouse at 736 East River Road in Whitefield during the early hours of Thursday, July 29.
Michael “Mike” Herz, of Damariscotta, has performed brain research in physiological psychology, sailed all over the world, and worked to protect the waterways and bays that he loves throughout his life. He attributes most of these events to happenstance.
After running the Dresden Take Out for over 5 years, Mason and Kathy Dubord decided to bring their industrious energy next door, selling ice cream and collectables out of a former church building.
The Westport Volunteer Fire Department and the Friends of Westport History were the recipients of donations from 6-year-old Linnea Helland.
Readers selected Jannine Oates’ photo of a bee visiting a flower as the winner of the July #LCNme365 photo contest.
For just the 10th time since the Erskine-Roberts family assumed ownership in 1920, a new editor will guide The Lincoln County News in its weekly effort to inform, educate, interest and entertain its readership.
Bailey Plourde, of Newcastle, won the Maine Women’s Amateur Golf Tournament by six strokes on Wednesday, July 21.
On July 19, Sara Rademaker, founder and president of American Unagi, a company that grows and sells locally sourced, responsibly raised eels for the U.S. market, met with her construction team on the site of the long-planned state-of-the-art eel aquaculture facility that has finally broken ground in Waldoboro.
When he’s not making lip balm, organizing road races, or taking stats for a local high school basketball team, Waldoboro native Lucas McNelly makes films. This September, he plans to shoot his next one, “Maine Noir,” in his hometown.
A small green trailer in the parking lot of Twisted Iron Customs on Route 1 will open its door on Friday, July 30 to Atomic Shakes, a new business by Maine-ly Elderberry owner Daisy Cunningham.
Healthy Lincoln County is making the rounds this summer a van called “Lulu the Lunch Wagon,” delivering free and healthy meals to kids and teens.
Bayard Littlefield has a job people dream about, surrounded by riots of color and a million shades of green, immersed in the wind-borne brine of Maine’s coast and the luxurious scent of roses. Littlefield plans, plants, and tends to summer gardens and landscapes throughout Lincoln County.