A pop-up restaurant and bar are open in Edgecomb, offering an option for dinner and drinks on the way to Gardens Aglow at the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens in Boothbay.
This edition of The Lincoln County News is very special, as it marks the completion of 100 years of family ownership of the newspaper. What makes up 100 years and what does this really look like?
In its fourth year, the annual Villages of Light event adapted to bring a safe, physically distanced event to Damariscotta and Newcastle on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 27 and 28.
The standard processed fish sticks have gotten an upgrade at Sheepscot Valley Regional School Unit 12 in Somerville. These days, students are eating fish caught locally by Maine fishermen.
Dresden has a new town administrator — Michael Faass, of Edgecomb.
After a record 31 new cases of COVID-19 two weeks ago and 29 a week ago, Lincoln County added a comparatively low 15 cases this week.
Edgecomb’s special election to fill a vacancy on the board of selectmen is Saturday, Dec. 5. The polls will be open at the town hall from 1-7 p.m.
On Thursday, Nov. 12, the Medomak Valley High School math team meets for practice. Seventeen different computers boot up in 17 different homes and a grid of students fills the screen. Instructor William Hinkley posts a three-point problem to the group. Several students stare intently into their monitors, reasoning through the logic in their heads. Others immediately put pencil to paper as they begin making calculations, angling toward the correct answer.
The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office is continuing to search for a Wiscasset man after a standoff in Dresden on Saturday, Nov. 28.
Bliss Skin Care, a salon offering facials, manicures, waxing, and more, has moved to Nobleboro after three years in Damariscotta.
The Newcastle-based online store Citizen Maine is moving into a retail space in Damariscotta, which it plans to open in the spring, and expanding its offerings to include furniture and interior design.
One Christmas morning, James “Skip” Middleton, “dressed as Santa Claus, came up the cellar stairs with a sack of toys,” remembers his daughter, Maria Middleton-Rackliff. “And I asked my mother why Santa was dragging his right leg.”
A new business offers Mac and PC sales and service from a space in the Damariscotta Center building, at 157 Main St. in downtown Damariscotta.
With just a one-vote margin, Gayla Braley won the November #LCNme365 photo contest with her photo of the cemetery at the Old German Church in Waldoboro.
The Bristol Planning Board approved a permit to rebuild the Seagull Shop, at Pemaquid Point, by a vote of 4-0 on Thursday, Nov. 19.