A public meeting about plans to improve and rebuild the boat landing at Dutch Neck Marine Park drew a full house of neighbors and others to the Waldoboro town office Monday, July 22.
A Belfast woman told police she had swerved to miss a gopher when she crashed into and through a Jefferson cemetery, damaging a fence and several headstones, the night of Friday, July 19.
Waldoboro’s new secondhand bookstore has a name – The Village Bookshop – and is open for business as of Wednesday, July 10.
Two people were transported to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries after a three-car collision at the intersection of Cross Road and Route 1 in Edgecomb the morning of Sunday, July 14.
Bristol Fire Chief Paul Leeman Jr. credits smoke detectors with the safe exit of a family of four from a home near Pemaquid Point after a fire broke out early Monday, July 15.
A food wagon is now open at Delano Seafood in Waldoboro, serving crab and lobster rolls in addition to fried seafood, burgers and hot dogs, and ice cream to locals and tourists traversing Route 1.
After major construction last year, Pine Street Landing, on the Medomak River in Waldoboro, was recently spruced up with the addition of a float, flower planters, and picnic tables.
Last year, the Waldoboro Farmers Market moved from Cider Hill Farm, on Main Street, to the lawn of the municipal building on Route 1. This year, the farmers market is open on Saturday mornings for the first time, instead of Wednesday evenings.
Waldoboro voters approved all 46 articles, including a 6.64% hike in municipal spending and new restrictions on fireworks, in the annual town meeting by referendum Tuesday, June 11.
A Jefferson woman will serve a year up front of a six-year sentence for trafficking oxycodone in Knox and Lincoln counties.
Students at Wiscasset Middle High School celebrated the completion of a chapter in their lives with family and friends during a graduation ceremony the evening of Thursday, June 6.
Robert Butler, chair of the Waldoboro Board of Selectmen, fended off a challenge from Sandra O’Farrell, a member of the RSU 40 Board of Directors, to win reelection Tuesday, June 11.
In two contested Somerville elections, incumbent Second Selectman Don Chase staved off a challenge from Richard Stimson while Jarad Greeley outpaced Charlotte Coopersmith to represent the town as its next third selectman.
After years of service to two towns in two different states, Waldoboro Ladder 1 was officially decommissioned from service during a ceremony at the Waldoboro Fire Department the evening of Saturday, June 1.