Jefferson School Committee Chair Russell “Al” Vorhis, elected July 14 to a fourth term on the committee, died Aug. 25 at an Augusta hospital.
Jefferson Village School has a new principal.
An 8-year-old Waldoboro girl in remission from acute lymphoblastic leukemia has a new playhouse, thanks to the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Fire destroyed a vacant one-story house on Depot Street in Waldoboro the evening of Thursday, Aug. 27. There were no injuries.
2020 Lincoln County Teacher of the Year Heather Webster, an English teacher at Medomak Valley High School in Waldoboro, has advanced to become one of three finalists for the title of 2021 Maine Teacher of the Year.
State Rep. Richard Bradstreet, R-Vassalboro, is seeking a third term in Maine House District 80, which includes the Lincoln County town of Somerville.
A Waldoboro man was flown to a Bangor hospital after crashing while fleeing from law enforcement on Manktown Road, Thursday, Aug. 13.
The Maine Warden Service is investigating a fatality on Pemaquid Pond in Nobleboro.
After visiting the Bremen waterfront in mid-July and an East Boothbay marine lab last week, U.S. Senate candidate Sara Gideon returned to Lincoln County for a roundtable discussion on how the federal government can better serve veterans at Waldoboro’s Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4525, Tuesday, Aug. 11.
Waldoboro’s Miller School, Medomak Middle School, and Medomak Valley High School will reopen with a mix of in-person and remote instruction.
Nobleboro Central School will start the school year with full-time, in-person instruction, the Nobleboro School Committee decided in a 5-0 vote Monday, Aug. 10.
A Chrysler Town & Country minivan crashed and caught fire on Route 235 in Waldoboro, near the Warren town line, Monday, Aug. 10. There were no injuries.
A new cafe is open in Waldoboro village.
AOS 93 has hired Jefferson Village School Lynsey Johnston to take the job of assistant superintendent and business manager.