A Rockport man sustained injuries to his head and legs when his motorcycle collided with a pickup truck on Turner Road in Bremen shortly before noon, Friday, Sept. 9.
Lori Fowle, D-Vassalboro, is seeking re-election for a third term in the State House representing District 80, which consists of part of Augusta, the unorganized territory of Hibbert’s Gore, and the towns of Somerville, Vassalboro, and Windsor.
A Vassalboro businessman is hoping to aid small businesses and bring more economic opportunity to the state of Maine in his campaign for the Legislature.
After receiving feedback opposing the placement of speed bumps in the village of Damariscotta Mills, the Nobleboro Board of Selectmen reversed its earlier decision and voted unanimously against the placement of speed bumps on the Nobleboro side of the village.
Waldoboro’s new car dealership is open.
The Bremen Board of Selectmen will discuss a potential change from a calendar year to a fiscal year for budgetary purposes during the board’s meeting Thursday, Oct. 20.
The former Fieldcrest Manor Nursing Home in Waldoboro recently changed hands.
Jefferson’s Hidden Valley Nature Center offered a venue in the woods for its annual Live Edge Music Festival, featuring four Maine-based bands, on Sunday, Aug. 21.
A representative from the Maine Department of Transportation recently met with the Newcastle and Nobleboro boards of selectmen to discuss the seasonal placement of speed bumps in the village of Damariscotta Mills.
A new Chevrolet dealership, Tucker Chevrolet, will move into the property formerly home to Harold C. Ralph Chevrolet at 1340 Atlantic Highway (Route 1) in Waldoboro.
The Waldoboro Board of Selectmen voted unanimously to put the pay-as-you-throw disposal method on the November warrant, so voters will decide whether to adopt the waste management strategy.
No injuries were reported following a house fire on Reef Road in Waldoboro the evening of Saturday, Aug. 13.
Someone dumped a substance described as driveway sealant or roofing tar on the shore of Peter’s Pond in Waldoboro recently, prompting a cleanup effort by the Maine Department of Environmental Protection.
U.S. Sen. Angus King, I-Maine, visited Lincoln County on Friday, Aug. 5 to learn about aquaculture. During a tour of the Damariscotta River on a 24-foot Carolina skiff, King stopped at several operations to learn the ins and outs of oyster, mussel, scallop, and seaweed harvesting.