Business owner Matthew Brackley, R-West Bath, is looking to address “burdensome regulations” with his bid for Senate District 24.
Midcoast Conservancy hosted the first-ever State of Damariscotta Lake conference at Wavus Camp in Jefferson on Tuesday, Aug. 23. The event was held to inform the public about the health of the lake and the steps Midcoast Conservancy is taking to protect it.
The smells of barbecue chicken and the sounds of live country music filled the air outside the Nobleboro Community Hall for the 50th Annual North Nobleboro Day Saturday, Aug. 13.
Nobleboro entrepreneur Ben Davis is seeking to grow his businesses after taking first place on Greenlight Maine’s reality TV contest, winning $25,000 for his business OpBox.
New Edgecomb Eddy School principal Tom Landberg is looking to bring community learning back to school this year.
The Wiscasset, Waterville, and Farmington Railway Museum held the grand opening of their Mountain Extension railway on Saturday, Aug. 6 in Alna.
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.
Armed with just a cell phone camera from the bleachers, Brandon Simmons started filming races at the Wiscasset Speedway during the 2012 season. Inspired by racing videos he saw on YouTube, Simmons created his own channel to post videos.
Somerville residents agreed to expand the town’s development district and expend pandemic relief funds during their annual town meeting, held Sunday, June 26 in the Somerville Elementary School gymnasium.
As members of the South Bristol School and community watched this year’s eighth grade class launch the boats the students built during the school year, Amanda Sykes was able to take in the scene from a unique perspective.
Whitefield voters unanimously adopted a moratorium on commercial and community solar facilities during a special town meeting at the Whitefield Central Fire Station, Tuesday, June 21. Beginning immediately, the moratorium is effective for 180 days unless extended or ended early by the select board.
In what has become a near annual tradition, the South Bristol School and community turned out Thursday, June 16, to enthusiastically support the eighth grade class as the students christened two flat bottomed Yankee Tender skiffs; the fruit of the school’s celebrated collaboration with the Maine Maritime Museum.
Rainy skies faded to blue as Medomak Valley High School staff, faculty, and parents honored the class of 2022 on Wednesday, June 8.
Despite performing in over 75 plays in six different countries, acting wasn’t Teralyn Reiter’s first career choice. In fact, she never even acted during her time in grade school.