A man was taken to the hospital following an accident in the woods in Somerville on the morning of Friday, Dec. 9.
The Bremen Board of Selectmen will convene a public hearing and special town meeting to allow voters to decide whether to enact a six-month ban on retail marijuana sales and cultivation.
Waldoboro Town Manager Linda-Jean Briggs will resign effective Jan. 20 to take a position with another community.
During the RSU 40 Board of Directors meeting at Medomak Valley High School in Waldoboro on Thursday, Dec. 1, district administration announced the lifting of a ban on drinking the water at MVHS, in place for more than a week.
A Ford SUV struck a garage door and continued almost all the way through a garage in Nobleboro the afternoon of Friday, Dec. 2. There were no life-threatening injuries in the accident, which appears to have been caused by a medical event.
The town of Waldoboro will soon launch a program to provide clothing for community members in need.
Damariscotta Lake Farm in Jefferson will hold a fundraiser for the Washington Advent Christian Camp, where fire destroyed several buildings this summer, on Saturday, Dec. 3.
Medomak Middle School in Waldoboro closed for the day Wednesday, Nov. 30 after firefighters responded to the school the previous night for a report of smoke.
Medomak Valley High School in Waldoboro closed Tuesday, Nov. 22 – a day earlier than it would have closed for Thanksgiving break – after a test revealed problems with the school’s water supply.
A new board of directors at the Waldo Theatre in downtown Waldoboro is working to reopen the historic building to the community after a years-long closure.
A Waldoboro man whom a jury found guilty Oct. 28 of operating under the influence in a fatal accident Nov. 22, 2014, but not guilty of causing the death of a Waldoboro bicyclist, has been sentenced to 21 days in jail for the OUI conviction.
The fishing vessel Columbia, formerly a resident of Pemaquid Harbor in Bristol and Greenland Cove in Bremen, is reportedly aground near the shore of Louds Island.
Jefferson Fire and Rescue celebrated its 75th anniversary the night of Saturday, Nov. 12, welcoming members of the public to an open house and turkey supper at the fire station.
Waldoboro voters overwhelmingly rejected the pay-as-you-throw method of waste disposal in a local referendum on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 8.