“I give Thai food five stars out of five.” So ends a child’s handwritten review on the bulletin board inside the Damariscotta restaurant Best Thai.
“I like to have the first corn around and the last corn around,” said Andrew “Andy” Williamson IV, longtime owner of County Fair Farm in Jefferson.
Fire gutted a wooden sauna behind a home at 153 West Old County Road in Newcastle the evening of Thursday, Jan. 21.
A 40-year-old Woolwich woman who was walking on Middle Road in Dresden while wearing dark clothing died when a vehicle struck her the evening of Friday, Jan. 22.
While not all Lincoln County residents know Steve French, there’s a decent chance they have heard his voice.
At noon on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Monday, Jan. 18, more than 50 residents of Lincoln County gathered at Veterans Memorial Park in Newcastle to honor the spirit of the civil rights leader. These are some of the reasons why.
Individuals age 70 and up who have an appointment will be the first to be vaccinated at MaineHealth’s Community Vaccination Clinic in Boothbay Harbor on Monday, Jan. 25. The appointments will take place in the Marylouise Tandy Cowan Fieldhouse at the Boothbay Region YMCA. The Y has graciously provided the space for the clinic, which will be open on weekdays for several months.
The number of new COVID-19 cases in Lincoln County residents dipped over the past week to 31. Two residents were hospitalized for a total of 15 since mid-March.
A Bremen family and a Waldoboro family hope to open a drive-thru coffee business, The Coffee Can, on Route 1 in Waldoboro.
When the COVID-19 pandemic began, many people suddenly found the time to take on new creative projects, from baking to painting. For Whitefield teenager Jacob Rousseau, that project was his debut novella.
If you’ve driven thorough downtown Damariscotta between approximately 7:45 and 8:30 a.m., then you have likely seen Ross Flood.
Bremen students received a memorable lesson in marine science when a 26-foot male basking shark washed up on the shore of Greenland Cove early last week.
Racha Noodle Bar in Damariscotta has closed and Best Thai will move into the next-door location, possibly by the end of the month, according to Pongsakorn “Job” Hanjitsuwan, who owned Racha with his wife, Samatchaya “Em” Limvathanalert.
Greg Snyder, of Sidney, is the new owner of Hilltop Stop in Damariscotta, and he plans to keep everything about the popular gas station, convenience store, and hot food bar the same.
Brian Foote, the chair of the Newcastle Board of Selectmen, plans to resign. The other selectmen say they will stick with a four-person board until the June election.