The Waldoboro Planning Board approved plans for a takeout stand near the junction of Route 1 and Route 220 and the addition of a pizza oven at a local brewery Wednesday, March 13.
Nobleboro voters negotiated compromises on funding for Skidompha Library and the authority of the Nobleboro School Committee to transfer funds between budget categories during town meeting Saturday, March 16.
The Waldoboro Board of Selectmen has voted unanimously to start the process necessary to increase water rates and to sit down with the Maine Water Co. to discuss the sale of the town’s water utility.
Nobleboro voters will head to town meeting Saturday, March 16, where they will discuss a municipal budget up 7.42 percent and an education budget up 2.37 percent.
The Waldoboro Police Department welcomed its newest officer when Dwight “D.J.” Jones took the oath of office during a selectmen’s meeting Tuesday, Feb. 26.
There were no injuries in a head-on collision of two SUVs on Route 1 in Waldoboro the morning of Tuesday, Feb. 12, according to police.
A former teacher at Coastal Christian School in Waldoboro has admitted to the sexual assault of a young student during her brief tenure at the school in 2016.
A Massachusetts man pleaded not guilty to manslaughter and other charges in connection with a Camden woman’s death on Damariscotta Lake in Jefferson during his arraignment at the Lincoln County Courthouse in Wiscasset the morning of Monday, Feb. 11.
Three men convicted of arson for torching a Waldoboro boathouse in 2012 as part of a fishing dispute must pay $262,700 in restitution.
The family behind Thirty Acre Farm, of Whitefield, hopes to buy a property on Route 32 in Bremen, transform the property into its headquarters, and ensure it remains farmland forever.
The Waldoboro Planning Board signed off on an entrepreneur’s plan to build a 27,000-square-foot facility for her eel aquaculture business at the Waldoboro Business Park on Wednesday, Jan. 9.
The Massachusetts man who was operating a motorboat when it struck and killed a swimmer on Damariscotta Lake in Jefferson the night of Aug. 2, 2018 has been indicted on a count of manslaughter.
Donald A. “Don” Hastings, 88, a firefighter from New York who, upon his retirement to Jefferson in 1991, contributed to the modernization of training for volunteer firefighters in Lincoln County, died Friday, Jan. 4.
Waldoboro will survey its residents about the possibility of a community center in the town.