A 17-year member of the Bremen School Committee and nearly 10-year member of the Great Salt Bay School Committee is stepping down.
A dozen Bremen residents voted to authorize the town to borrow $190,000 to go into the roads and bridges reserve account and eventually pay for the replacement of the Heath Road bridge during a special town meeting on Thursday, March 3.
A Waldoboro resident has formally declared her intentions to run for the House District 91 seat in the state Legislature.
Mary Ellen Anderson never imagined she would work for more than 30 years as the treasurer, tax collector, and town clerk of Nobleboro when she was first appointed to those roles in 1983.
Representatives from Penobscot Energy Recovery Co. were on hand at the Waldoboro Transfer Station Committee meeting on Thursday, Feb. 11 to present their pitch for the continued viability of their waste disposal operation in Orrington.
A new business specializing in firearms sales, education, and manufacturing is applying the finishing touches and getting ready to open its doors to the Waldoboro community at 65 Washington Rd.
A discussion on the town manager’s contract during the citizen comment portion of the Waldoboro Board of Selectmen meeting drew a full house to the town office on Tuesday, Feb. 9. Residents offered the board their advice on the state of the town, the board of selectmen, the town manager, and the community’s direction moving forward.
Firefighters from a half-dozen fire departments extinguished a house fire on Washington Road in Waldoboro the afternoon of Monday, Feb. 8.
The Bremen harbor master has again denied an application for a mooring permit filed by the owner of the fishing vessel Columbia.
After a narrow vote of approval at the Jefferson School Committee meeting on Monday, Feb. 1, the future of AOS 93’s shared programs has become a little more clear.
A former Medomak Valley High School principal who left a lasting impact on his students is being remembered for his commitment and dedication to his school and his community.
Rehabilitation work on bridges around Lincoln County and runway reconstruction at the Wiscasset Municipal Airport top the roughly 60 projects in the Maine Department of Transportation’s three-year work plan for Lincoln County.
A fixture of the Jefferson community will soon reopen after an extensive renovation.
A former Lincoln County resident who now resides in Lexington Township has filed a civil suit against the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, other law enforcement agencies, and several individual officers in relation to a 2013 incident in Jefferson.