A Jefferson motorcyclist involved in a collision with a Jeep SUV on Winslow Mills Road (Route 32) on July 5 in Waldoboro remains in critical condition at a Lewiston hospital as of Tuesday, July 12.
No injuries were reported following a three-vehicle accident on Route 1 in Nobleboro the afternoon of Monday, July 11.
Camp Kieve on Damariscotta Lake in Nobleboro is mourning the loss of its director from 1959-1990, who oversaw the camp’s transition into an educational nonprofit and developed many of its one-of-a-kind programs for families and students near and far.
More than 80 voters in attendance at special town meeting at the Miller School in Waldoboro approved the one article rejected at the annual town meeting by referendum in June, but not before reducing the amount.
A lumber delivery truck rolled onto its side after striking a utility line on Bunker Hill Road (Route 213) in Jefferson the afternoon of Wednesday, July 6.
A female kayaker was injured and transported to the hospital following a collision with a motorboat on Pemaquid Pond in Nobleboro on Sunday, July 3.
An unidentified individual sustained non-life-threatening injuries in an all-terrain vehicle rollover in an old gravel pit off Bunker Hill Road in Jefferson the evening of Saturday, July 2.
A local World War II-era veteran was recently able to travel to Washington, D.C. thanks to the efforts of a national organization that flies veterans to the capital to see the memorials honoring their service. Ralph Bond, 92, a U.S. Air Force veteran who lives in Jefferson, left Portland International Jetport on June 10 and spent the next couple of days in and around the nation’s capital thanks to Honor Flight Maine. Bond’s daughter, Julie Stegna, of Walpole, accompanied her father on the trip.
A Whitefield man was allegedly intoxicated when his car rolled over and then burned on North Clary Road in Jefferson the evening of Tuesday, June 28.
A fire badly damaged a boathouse at 2751 Friendship Road in Waldoboro the afternoon of Wednesday, June 22. No injuries were reported.
The Waldoboro Board of Selectmen voted 3-1 in favor of holding an open special town meeting to address the budgets for the office of the town manager, rejected at the annual town meeting; and the fire department, incorrectly printed in the town warrant.
The Waldoboro Board of Selectmen voted 4-1 to renew Town Manager Linda-Jean Briggs’ contract for one year during the board’s meeting Tuesday, June 14.
A recent incident at the old A.D. Gray School resulted in damage to the haunted house operated by the Waldoboro Firemen’s Association each October.
Waldoboro voters passed all 45 articles on the annual town meeting warrant except one Tuesday, June 14.