What started as a bookkeeping job in the late 1970s grew into a 41-year career in town government, with 35 of those years in Waldoboro, for Town Clerk Eileen Dondlinger, who worked her last day Friday, Sept. 27.
Waldoboro Police Chief John Lash is warning local senior citizens about financial scams that target the elderly.
The first class to graduate from Medomak Valley High School in Waldoboro celebrated its 50th reunion Saturday, Sept. 21.
Somerville Road Commissioner Josh Platt intends to resign, citing hostility from residents. The Somerville Board of Selectmen did not accept his resignation, however, instead voting to hire a replacement before releasing him from his contract.
A Waldoboro business is offering a reward for information about a recent theft of 21 copper hot-tank coils.
Medomak Valley High School has four new teachers this year, including two MVHS graduates.
A call center – New Taction Inc. – will return Oct. 1 to the Waldoboro building Taction left in 2014, bringing up to 35 jobs back to the town.
A Portland developer presented his concept to convert the long-vacant A.D. Gray School into housing to the Waldoboro Planning Board on Sept. 11.
Jefferson School Committee member Wayne Parlin wants to see more efficient bus routes at Jefferson Village School, but head bus driver Scott Higgins says the current routes prioritize student safety.
After a few months on patrol, Lincoln County Sheriff’s Deputy Sean Pfahler – a state-certified teacher – is beginning a new role as school resource officer at Lincoln Academy in Newcastle.
A group of new teachers at Jefferson Village School is looking forward to the start of the academic year.
A unique event combining snowmobiles with summer is returning to Jefferson for a second year.
The state now expects its boat launch on Damariscotta Lake to close Thursday, Aug. 29, when the contractor arrives to start work.
After three meetings and a site walk, the Nobleboro Planning Board unanimously approved an application for a bakery at the intersection of East Pond Road and Route 1 on Thursday, Aug. 15.