Medomak Valley High School has canceled its graduation parade, citing guidance from the Maine Attorney General’s Office to law enforcement across the state.
The Waldoboro Board of Selectmen, on May 26, discussed the possibility of closing a portion of Friendship Street to traffic on weekends when downtown businesses reopen.
The Maine State Fire Marshal’s Office is investigating an incident of arson that caused minor damage to the side of the Finest Kind Medicinals building on Route 1 in Waldoboro.
The town of Bremen and Tidewater Telecom Inc. have won a $120,000 grant from the ConnectMaine Authority that will enable the expansion of high-speed internet access to every household in Bremen.
Medomak Valley High School English teacher Heather Webster, of Wiscasset, is the 2020 Lincoln County Teacher of the Year.
The Medomak Valley High School Class of 2020 has opted for a drive-in graduation ceremony, with students celebrating in small groups.
A brush fire burned about an acre of land near 801 North Nobleboro Road in Waldoboro on Friday, May 22, but a structure at the address was unscathed.
A couple plans to develop a small campground and recreational facility for private events on their 31-acre property near Orffs Corner in Waldoboro.
Medomak Valley High School will celebrate graduation with a parade on Sunday, June 7 and a drive-in or drive-thru ceremony Wednesday, June 10.
Oyster farms on the Damariscotta River continue to grow and harvest oysters, but are adjusting their business strategies to account for restaurant closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
During a Teacher Appreciation Week unlike any before it, Lincoln County educators reflected on how their work has changed during the coronavirus emergency.
Tidewater Telecom Inc., of Nobleboro, is ensuring high-speed internet access for students and workers while many stay home – offering free service for students without internet access and free service upgrades for existing customers who need more bandwidth.
“Tirdy Works,” the truTV show starring Somerville’s Mary Winchenbach and her business of the same name, will premiere at 10 p.m., Tuesday, May 5.
Waldoboro officials will revisit the 2020-2021 municipal budget amid anticipation of a drop in revenue due to coronavirus-related economic turmoil.
Renys, the family department store chain with headquarters in Newcastle, closed its 17 stores in mid-March due to coronavirus precautions. Now, the retailer has started a curbside pickup program.