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.
Bristol Fire Chief Paul Leeman Jr. will retire at the end of April.
The number of cases of COVID-19 in Lincoln County residents jumped by 51 over the past week — another new weekly high.
Seven years, nine months, and 29 days. That’s how long Amber Young has been a streak runner — meaning she runs every day, without fail.
Construction on the SunRaise solar garden on North Nobleboro Road in Waldoboro is complete, with plans for the installation to come online around March or April.
Fifty-two of Lincoln County’s ambulance staff and volunteer first responders received the first dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine on New Year’s Day.
Cupacity, the cafe at 133 Main St. in downtown Damariscotta, is now offering delivery service.
The Alna Board of Selectmen is considering a draft settlement agreement with Jeff Spinney regarding his application for a boat ramp on the Sheepscot River, but some abutters whose names appear on the document say they will not sign it.
The Damariscotta Planning Board unanimously approved a site plan review application for a recreational cannabis storefront and Tier 2 cultivation facility at 639 Main St. on Monday, Jan. 4.
The number of cases of COVID-19 in Lincoln County residents continues to rise steadily, with 29 new cases in the past week, down from the second-highest weekly increase of 41 last week.