A Bremen man and his 1-year-old son are recovering from a bacterial infection that hospitalized both and caused the man to have a heart attack.
The Maine Drug Enforcement Agency and the Waldoboro Police Department arrested three people on Finntown Road in Waldoboro on Friday, Feb. 17, including two residents of Brooklyn, N.Y. on charges of crack cocaine and cocaine possession.
A three-car collision at the intersection of Route 1 and East Pond Road the afternoon of Monday, Feb. 20 backed up traffic on Route 1, but did not cause any injuries.
After 11 years with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Mid-Maine, a Lincoln Academy graduate and former Nobleboro resident was named the executive director of Make-A-Wish Maine in January.
A man was transported to the hospital after being trapped between two trucks while attempting to pull out a stuck plow truck in Nobleboro the morning of Tuesday, Feb. 14.
The Waldoboro Planning Board voted unanimously to approve an application for a medical marijuana caregiver storefront and “high-end functional glass boutique” during a meeting the evening of Wednesday, Feb. 8.
The Waldoboro Board of Selectman appointed a task force to monitor and gather information about the Sylvania property on Friendship Road during a meeting the evening of Tuesday, Feb. 14.
A mechanical issue is believed to have been the cause of a fire that destroyed a Land Rover SUV on Gardiner Road (Route 27) in Dresden the afternoon of Sunday, Feb. 12. The three occupants of the vehicle are safe. The fire closed the road while firefighters extinguished the blaze and cleared the scene. Lincoln County […]
With a few weeks under his belt, Waldoboro’s new recreation director is getting into the swing of things.
Two new Waldoboro residents are revitalizing a 40-acre farm overlooking the Medomak River off Friendship Road in Waldoboro.
A group of four Waldoboro residents has taken over the former Waldoboro House of Pizza and plans to reopen the Route 1 restaurant as Bella Gia’s.
After searching across eight states on the Eastern Seaboard, a new Lincoln County resident has purchased a farm in Waldoboro and plans to open a nonprofit culinary school.
The Waldoboro Board of Selectmen voted to appoint an interim town manager during the board’s meeting the evening of Tuesday, Jan. 17.
A 15-year-old from Jefferson will march in the presidential inauguration parade with his Virginia school on Friday, Jan. 20.