Bold Summit Pet Resort has moved to Waldoboro, just a few miles north of Route 1, and is accepting new clients for home-based overnight boarding and doggy day care while it works toward construction of a luxury facility.
From a smoked salmon Benedict to cannoli French toast, King Eider’s Pub in Damariscotta has introduced its take on brunch through Sunday specials.
A fourth grade class at Edgecomb Eddy School is using a classroom economy system to teach students financial skills while motivating them to turn in homework and treat each other kindly.
Jefferson Village School switched to remote learning starting Wednesday, March 3 after a person associated with the school tested positive for COVID-19. The school will return to in-person learning Tuesday, March 9.
The new director of the Wiscasset Ambulance Service says she will “lead from the front” by continuing to spend much of her time in an ambulance, responding to emergencies.
The Juniper Hill School for Place-based Education has reopened after an abrupt five-week closure that started in January. Meanwhile, the school’s board of trustees is disputing portions of a former administrator’s explanation for the closure.
An electrical malfunction caused a fire that destroyed a garage at 56 Deaver Road in Waldoboro, off Back Cove Road, the morning of Wednesday, March 3.
Lincoln County saw 11 new cases of COVID-19 over the past week, the lowest weekly increase since cases began to surge across Maine last November.
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.