A pickup rollover on Route 17 in Somerville sent the driver to the hospital Monday, July 20.
Nobleboro voters approved all 23 articles on the ballot during their annual town meeting by referendum Friday, July 17.
A 2017 graduate of Lincoln Academy who recently completed her junior year at Bates College in Lewiston has won a prestigious scholarship awarded to students with a commitment to public service – the same scholarship won by her father in 1994.
The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office has engaged in self-reflection and training spurred by worldwide calls for policing reform, Sheriff Todd Brackett said during a forum in Bremen on Thursday, July 9.
The Waldoboro Planning Board, on Wednesday, July 8, approved the Waldoboro Food Pantry’s relocation to a barn on Friendship Street.
Waldoboro voters elected Jann Minzy and Jan Griesenbrock in a four-way race for two seats on the board of selectmen Tuesday, July 14. Voters also narrowly passed a near-total ban on fireworks.
Jefferson voters will elect two school committee members from among three candidates during the municipal election, Tuesday, July 14.
Bremen voters will consider the Great Salt Bay Consolidated School District budget validation referendum and elect three town officials in uncontested races Tuesday, July 14.
A fixture of Damariscotta Mills and local historian with deep knowledge of the area celebrated his 100th birthday Friday, June 26.
A near-total ban on consumer fireworks, a lifetime ban for vandalism of shellfish conservation sites, and a budget with deep cuts due to COVID-19 will go to vote in Waldoboro’s annual town meeting by referendum July 14.
Voters in the five towns of RSU 40 will answer five questions as the school district’s 2020-2021 budget goes to a referendum vote Tuesday, July 14.
Somerville will vote on its municipal budget and on whether to continue its pursuit of a municipal broadband network during the town meeting by referendum Tuesday, July 14.
The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office will host a community forum on use of force and systemic racism in policing at the Bremen fire station from 6-8 p.m., Thursday, July 9.
Maine Kebab, a new takeout restaurant, will open in the downtown Waldoboro space formerly home to Broad Bay Bistro shortly after the Fourth of July.