Lobstermen expressed a mix of frustration and acceptance upon hearing the state’s new plan to protect North American right whales during a meeting in Waldoboro on Tuesday, Nov. 5.
Scientists from the Downeast Institute and Bremen shellfish harvesters were on the flats Friday, Nov. 1 for the latest step in an experiment that aims to determine the impact of “brushing” on local clam populations.
Jefferson firefighters quickly put out flames at a trailer on Sennett Road the afternoon of Thursday, Nov. 7. No one was hurt in the fire.
The new Dollar General store on Route 1 in Wiscasset opened on Halloween, Thursday, Oct. 31.
Somerville artist Mary Winchenbach, of Tirdy Works, was the center of attention at the town’s fire station Thursday, Oct. 24, as a television crew filmed her, her fellow residents, and a giant box of moose poop.
A single-vehicle crash on Route 1 in Wiscasset sent one person to the hospital and closed the road to traffic the afternoon of Saturday, Oct. 26.
The Maine State Fire Marshal’s Office says a fire at a vacant building in Waldoboro on Saturday, Oct. 26 was intentionally set.
The developer who wants to transform the former A.D. Gray School in Waldoboro into housing fielded questions from the public during a meeting at Waldoboro Public Library on Wednesday, Oct. 16.
A woman who has lived most of her life in Waldoboro celebrated her 100th birthday at Waldoboro Green the afternoon of Tuesday, Oct. 15.
A fire caused extensive damage to the McGreevy’s Corner Store building at Kaler’s Corner in Waldoboro the evening of Thursday, Oct. 17. A person and a cat escaped an apartment above the store, and there were no injuries.
A Waldoboro couple has started a business that combines their years of experience in the architecture industry with other interests and talents, like graphic design and web design.
What started as a bookkeeping job in the late 1970s grew into a 41-year career in town government, with 35 of those years in Waldoboro, for Town Clerk Eileen Dondlinger, who worked her last day Friday, Sept. 27.
Waldoboro Police Chief John Lash is warning local senior citizens about financial scams that target the elderly.
The first class to graduate from Medomak Valley High School in Waldoboro celebrated its 50th reunion Saturday, Sept. 21.
Somerville Road Commissioner Josh Platt intends to resign, citing hostility from residents. The Somerville Board of Selectmen did not accept his resignation, however, instead voting to hire a replacement before releasing him from his contract.