Approximately 175 people gathered at Cider Hill Farm in Waldoboro for the Lincoln County Democratic Committee’s annual Family Fun Day Lobster Bake on Sunday, Aug. 7.
A consensus emerged as the Whitefield Planning Board took input on a draft amendment to the town’s building and development ordinance regulating commercial solar development.
Members of the Nobleboro School Committee made key hiring decisions during their meeting on Monday, Aug. 8, but are still looking for a grade 7/8 teacher for the upcoming school year.
Alumni of Newcastle’s Lincoln Academy came together to play an eclectic mix of music at the inaugural Linaca Music Festival at Schooner Landing in Damariscotta on Friday, Aug. 5.
Kelsey Gibbs and Matt Silverman first bonded over their love of the outdoors over a decade ago. The couple, now married, has funneled that passion into Wanderwood, a sustainable stays and events business with an integrated organic farm located on Pemaquid Pond in Nobleboro.
The number of COVID-19 tests performed, the number of positive cases, and the positivity rate all rose during the week of Aug. 1-7, according to LincolnHealth spokesperson John Martins.
The 25th annual Damariscotta-Newcastle Lions & Rotary Golf Tournament teed off Saturday morning, July 30, at the Wawenock Golf Course in South Bristol. Forty-eight golfers participated in the invitational tournament which is a joint fundraiser for the two local clubs.
A handmade anthology of articles about Monhegan Island made its way back to the plantation 113 years after first being compiled on Saturday, July 23.
A Facebook page connected to the Midcoast Conservancy reports a water sample collected from the Damariscotta Mills area of the Damariscotta Lake Thursday, Aug. 4 exceeded the Environmental Protection Agency’s cyanotoxin 10-day health advisory thresholds for infants and school-aged children.
Larry Burridge loves automobiles. A skilled mechanic with encyclopedic knowledge and an artist’s eye, Burridge retired to Maine 10 years ago and landed what can only be described as an ideal job for a man of his inclinations.
A little over two years after launching their catering company through pop-up dinners and to-go meals, sisters-in-law Payson Cunningham and Shelby Faux opened a plant-based market and deli in Newcastle.
The Damariscotta Planning Board heard from developers of a proposed 102-bed nursing facility on Piper Mill Road and the public on Monday, Aug. 1.
For 95 years, Moody’s Diner has been a signature business in Lincoln County. Thousands of customers have experienced the classic diner, dining on homemade baked goods and home cooked meals. The business recently added a new feature to the Moody’s experience – an ice cream stand called A Twist of Moody’s.
One man was LifeFlighted to Maine Medical Center in Portland after a single-vehicle crash on Biscay Road in Bremen engulfed his truck in flames on the evening of Tuesday, Aug. 2.
Westport Island’s old town hall was busting at its seams on Sunday, July 31 when people gathered to thank longtime First Selectman George D. Richardson Jr. for his decades of service to the town. During the event, Richardson received praise from state, county, and local officials, as well as from the residents of Westport Island.