The Waldoboro municipal building was the site of a drive-thru food pantry Tuesday, April 21, and Town Manager Julie Keizer says the events will continue throughout the state of emergency.
The Jefferson Area Community Food Pantry traveled north to host a pop-up pantry at South Somerville Baptist Church on Thursday, April 16.
Waldoboro employees and volunteers are calling residents in alphabetical order to check on them, and the town plans to start back at the beginning of the list as soon as they finish it.
Waldoboro will hold its annual town meeting by referendum July 14, instead of June 9, to coincide with the new date for the state primary.
The River Arts gallery currently on Route 1 in Damariscotta is moving into a new location downtown, in Elm Street Plaza.
Fire gutted the Captain’s Fresh Idea restaurant on Route 1 in Waldoboro the afternoon of Easter Sunday, April 12. There were no injuries.
The driver of a Honda Civic was injured in a single-vehicle rollover on Bunker Hill Road in Jefferson, Tuesday, April 7.
About a year after a fire destroyed the N.C. Hunt Lumber sawmill in Jefferson, a brand-new mill is up and running, employing locals and producing lumber.
Two more candidates – a Democrat and a Republican – have entered the race to represent Maine House District 88, which consists of Chelsea, Jefferson, part of Nobleboro, and Whitefield. The new entries will result in two-way primaries for both parties.
Lincoln County clamdiggers, including nearly 200 in Waldoboro, have little to no work as restaurant closures in Maine and the U.S. effectively eliminate the market for soft-shell clams.
The Waldoboro Planning Board granted conditional approval to a 3-megawatt, 10-acre solar farm, likely the largest in Lincoln County, in a 4-0 vote Wednesday, March 11.
Lincoln County emergency medical services, fire departments, and law enforcement are exercising caution in an effort to protect themselves and the public as the coronavirus spreads in Maine.
Nobleboro has postponed its annual town meeting until sometime in May, following a recommendation from Gov. Janet Mills to cancel gatherings of 50 people or more.
Lincoln County Democrats caucused at several locations Sunday, March 8, working to “rise and organize” after the state’s first presidential primary in 20 years.