A call center – New Taction Inc. – will return Oct. 1 to the Waldoboro building Taction left in 2014, bringing up to 35 jobs back to the town.
A Portland developer presented his concept to convert the long-vacant A.D. Gray School into housing to the Waldoboro Planning Board on Sept. 11.
Jefferson School Committee member Wayne Parlin wants to see more efficient bus routes at Jefferson Village School, but head bus driver Scott Higgins says the current routes prioritize student safety.
After a few months on patrol, Lincoln County Sheriff’s Deputy Sean Pfahler – a state-certified teacher – is beginning a new role as school resource officer at Lincoln Academy in Newcastle.
A group of new teachers at Jefferson Village School is looking forward to the start of the academic year.
A unique event combining snowmobiles with summer is returning to Jefferson for a second year.
The state now expects its boat launch on Damariscotta Lake to close Thursday, Aug. 29, when the contractor arrives to start work.
After three meetings and a site walk, the Nobleboro Planning Board unanimously approved an application for a bakery at the intersection of East Pond Road and Route 1 on Thursday, Aug. 15.
The Damariscotta Lake boat launch on Bunker Hill Road in Jefferson closed for construction Monday, Aug. 19 and will remain closed until Sept. 21.
Local lobstermen and state legislators are resisting an effort to impose new restrictions on lobster gear in an effort to protect right whales, saying the regulations would have negative financial and safety impacts on lobstermen without any benefit to the whales.
A Thomaston motorcyclist was flown to Maine Medical Center in Portland with serious injuries after he crashed into the back of a horse-drawn carriage in Jefferson the evening of Wednesday, Aug. 14.
The Maine Department of Education has denied a family’s appeal of the Jefferson School Committee’s decision not to allow their child to attend Jefferson Village School. Meanwhile, a Jefferson selectman plans to consult the Maine Municipal Association on the matter.
Artists pitched in this past weekend to help out various local organizations during an annual event in Waldoboro called Paint the Town, Waldoboro. The event took place on Saturday, Aug. 3, with painting commencing bright and early at 7 a.m., at which point artists worked to paint a variety of scenes around the Midcoast town.
A new sawmill is under construction at N.C. Hunt Lumber in Jefferson, as the business looks to bring the facility back up to full production in the wake of a March fire.
Local firefighters extinguished a woods fire off a logging road in the area of 1537 Bunker Hill Road, Jefferson, the afternoon of Monday, Aug. 5.