Kenneth Desmond, a training and operations specialist at the Lincoln County Emergency Management Agency since February 2007, retired effective April 29 after more than 50 years in emergency services.
LincolnHealth employees and project supporters gathered for a dedication of a suicide prevention awareness garden at the hospital’s Miles Campus in Damariscotta on Monday, May 10.
Last fall, Waldoboro resident Viola Stone’s trailer went up in flames. She and her family have replaced it with a newer and better structure, but violations of town regulations have left her unable to return to the property she calls home.
Central Maine Power Co. will start work in July to install a temporary “floating road” in Great Salt Bay in Newcastle to gain access to an island for improvements to a transmission line.
On Wednesday, May 5, the state championship was on the line in the Child Nutrition Culinary Classroom in Augusta, where teams from two schools pitted their nutritious creations against each other. The Whitefield Wildcats came away victorious.
The St. Jarre sisters, owners of The Perfect Circle Cheesecakery, love everything about cheesecake.
For a man who is featured on radio spots for N.C. Hunt Lumber and is the voice of the company, Eben Hunt is a man of few words who prefers to quietly go about his work running heavy equipment at the Jefferson lumberyard.
After 11 years as Bristol’s fire chief, including 2 1/2 years as the town’s first full-time fire chief, Paul Leeman Jr. hung up his white helmet Saturday, May 1.
Local builder Scott Sutter Jr. became Bristol’s second full-time fire chief effective Saturday, May 1, succeeding Paul Leeman Jr. in the role.
St. Denis Church, in Whitefield, plans to sell its current parish hall, across the street from the church, and build a new one behind the church.
Waldoboro will hold a forum Thursday, May 13 to provide information to the public regarding the two proposals for the former A.D. Gray School on the ballot for the annual town meeting by referendum June 8.
Though vaccination options in Lincoln County are expanding, COVID-19 cases continue to climb, with 63 new cases identified in Lincoln County residents in the past week, up from 59 the week prior.
The pilot of a plane flying over the area reported a fire surrounding several structures in the area of Bunker Hill Road and Gates Road in Jefferson on Monday, May 3.
There’s a small cottage on John’s Bay in New Harbor. Inside, collections of books and art and things from faraway places clutter the shelves and walls and surfaces. Tall glass doors frame a view of sparkling waves and smoothly gliding gulls. When the tide is high, the salt water laps the edge of a small slice of green where a large pine stands.
A free ride service in Lincoln County will once again offer transportation — to passengers who have had the COVID-19 vaccine only — after a long interruption due to the pandemic.