Twenty years after voters rejected a similar article, Bristol Consolidated School will see renovations, as residents approved a school renovation referendum at the polls on Monday, March 20.
Boothbay Harbor Man Arrested After Standoff, Shooting Victim Hospitalized
A local man is facing attempted murder charges after a shooting at an apartment complex on Reed Road in Boothbay Harbor on Sunday, March 19.
Characters of the County: The Seaglass Lass is Class
It took a while for Lynne Thompson to warm up to her current husband, Norman Ingalls. As a single woman accustomed to the ways of the world, she wasn’t overly charmed when they first encountered each other online sometime prior to 2007.
Law Enforcement on the Scene of Boothbay Harbor Shooting
As of 10:30 p.m. Sunday, March 19, state and local law enforcement units remain on the scene of a reported shooting in Boothbay Harbor. According to a press release from the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, LCSO deputies, Boothbay Harbor Police Department officers, and Maine State Police Tactical Team officers are currently at an apartment complex […]
South Bristol Consultant Withdraws, Refers Town To Attorney
An alleged incident at the South Bristol town office in early January will now be investigated by an attorney following the withdrawal of a consultant hired to create a report and recommend policies.
Meet Alna’s Junior Firefighting Team
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown in 2020, Alna Fire Chief Mike Trask invited his son, Austin Trask, to the fire station as a way to get out of the house.
After Resolved Miscommunication, Three Candidates Seek Two Edgecomb Select Board Seats
A third candidate will appear on the ballot for one of the two Edgecomb Select Board seats up for election on Saturday, April 15.
June Special Election Set for House District 45 Seat
House District 45 voters will return to the polls on June 13 for a special election to fill the legislative seat formerly held by Rep. Clinton Collamore, D-Waldoboro.
Bristol Residents to Consider $6.4 Million School Bond
Bristol residents will convene the business portion of their annual town meeting Tuesday, March 21 already knowing the answer to the biggest question placed before the town in a generation.
Nobleboro Voters to Consider Budget Increases for Education, Town Needs
Nobleboro voters will weigh in on municipal and education budget increases driven by new costs and projects at annual town meeting on Saturday, March 18.
Budget Increase, Changes to Building Code Ordinance On the Table In Whitefield
A modest increase in the budget and changes to the building and development ordinance will be on the table for Whitefield residents to consider during the annual town meeting scheduled for 10 a.m. on Saturday, March 18 in the Whitefield Elementary School gymnasium.
South Bristol Elects Officers, Delays Annual Town Meeting Continuation
South Bristol opened its annual town meeting with the election of municipal officers on Monday, March 13, but ended up delaying the open portion of the meeting due to a winter storm the following evening.
New Nonprofit Seeking To Preserve Alna’s Historic Buildings
A new nonprofit in Alna is looking to repair and preserve historic buildings in the town, some of which have stood for more than two centuries.
Characters of the County: Jim Jones is Not Done
Time and space are against it, but given the option, Jim Jones said he probably would like to build one more lobster boat. A traditional wooden 30-footer, similar to the kind his father used to make.
CMP to Rebuild Transmission Lines Through Jefferson
Almost eight miles of 70-year-old transmission lines in Jefferson owned by Central Maine Power Co. will be rebuilt this summer as part of a 22-mile project stretching from Windsor to Warren. The Jefferson Planning Board approved a building permit for the project at its Tuesday, March 7 meeting.
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