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Medomak Valley High School English teacher Heather Webster, of Wiscasset, is the 2020 Lincoln County Teacher of the Year.
Carl M.P. Larrabee Agency Inc., the 105-year-old insurance firm in downtown Wiscasset, sold to J. Edward Knight & Co. on May 1.
When the restaurant at New Harbor’s Gosnold Arms closed in 1999, the inn’s co-manager, Lucy Martin, never could have guessed that it would take a pandemic to resurrect it.
With one vote separating first and second place, Brittney Honisch won the May #LCNme365 photo contest with her picture from the top of Bunker Hill.
An Auburn man was flown to Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston after suffering head injuries in a motorcycle crash in Wiscasset on Wednesday, May 27.
Judy Reid has always considered herself a helper above all else.
The Lincoln County News will host candidates forums the first two Thursdays in June for one county race and two legislative races with contested primaries.
Newcastle will hold its annual town meeting by secret ballot July 14, to coincide with the state primary.
Critics of an application to build a boat ramp on the Sheepscot River for use by a sportsman’s club are asking the Alna Board of Selectmen to order a halt to club operations, but two of the three selectmen have recused themselves from the matter.
Round Pond contractor Ledgewalker Builders LLC completed the construction of the new Pemaquid Beach Pavilion on Friday, May 15.
There were no injuries in a head-on collision near Bristol Consolidated School, at 2153 Bristol Road in Pemaquid, the afternoon of Friday, May 22.
A vehicle fire that spread to the back of a garage at 95 Sodom Road in Bristol was extinguished quickly the afternoon of Friday, May 22.
A brush fire burned about an acre of land near 801 North Nobleboro Road in Waldoboro on Friday, May 22, but a structure at the address was unscathed.
On the books, 2020 looked like it was going to be a banner year for Country Coach Charters, of Nobleboro. Then the COVID-19 pandemic flatlined business.
Norma Leeman, who worked at Harbor Ice Cream as a summer job while in school, will now run the New Harbor stand with her mother, local business owner Heather Leeman.