Moments before the 2002 U.S. Open would tee off at Bethpage State Park Golf Course in Farmingdale, N.Y., Bob Emmons was inspecting one of the greens when he was suddenly surrounded by federal agents with weapons drawn.
The town of Alna will receive $570,000 in federal funds to replace a bridge on Egypt Road, the select board announced during a meeting at the town office on Wednesday, Jan. 11.
A Southport resident was serious injured in a fatal head-on collision at the north end of the Sagadahoc Bridge in Woolwich on Friday, Jan 6.
For the second straight meeting, an Edgecomb Select Board member announced their resignation from the board.
The quest to learn something new about the ocean drives biological oceanographer and Newcastle resident Barney Balch to spend hours working at Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences in Boothbay.
Reflecting on her nearly 60 years of training, raising, and showing dogs, Boothbay resident Jean Conte said she wouldn’t even think about putting a number on the amount of dogs she has trained throughout her career.
Citing mental and physical health concerns exacerbated by an ongoing dispute with a local resident, Edgecomb Select Board Chair Dawn Murray announced her resignation during a meeting at the town office on Tuesday, Dec. 27.
Concluding seven months of renovations, the new owners of The Alna Store are ready for the three-day grand opening weekend, running from Thursday, Dec. 22 through Saturday, Dec. 24.
The Whitefield Select Board abruptly ended its Tuesday, Dec. 6 meeting with items still on the agenda after residents voiced their frustration at the board’s rejection of a citizens’ petition.
Meeting in a special session Tuesday, Nov. 22, the Alna Select Board voted to award a one-year snowplowing contract to the lowest of three bidders, accepting the $325,000 offer from Whitefield contractor Mike Jewett and Son Excavation and Forest Products.
The Edgecomb Select Board has retained Portland-based law firm Jensen Baird to respond to a lawsuit filed by an Edgecomb resident during a select board meeting at the town office on Monday, Nov. 14.
Former Masters Machine Company President Richard C. Masters, 81, passed away at the Sussman House in Rockport Sunday, Oct. 23, following a period of declining health.
Unaware of the historical significance at the moment, Whitefield resident David Jackson was a Navy sailor on the aircraft carrier USS Hornet when Apollo 11 splashed into the Pacific Ocean on July 24, 1969. The carrier was responsible for retrieving the Apollo spacecraft and crew.
Hoping to combat food insecurity on the Boothbay peninsula, the Community Resource Council opened a 24-hour community fridge behind the town office on Thursday, Oct. 27.