Voters in the five towns of RSU 40 will answer five questions as the school district’s 2020-2021 budget goes to a referendum vote Tuesday, July 14.
Somerville will vote on its municipal budget and on whether to continue its pursuit of a municipal broadband network during the town meeting by referendum Tuesday, July 14.
The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office will host a community forum on use of force and systemic racism in policing at the Bremen fire station from 6-8 p.m., Thursday, July 9.
Maine Kebab, a new takeout restaurant, will open in the downtown Waldoboro space formerly home to Broad Bay Bistro shortly after the Fourth of July.
An electrical issue may have caused a fire that consumed a tent and its contents at Duck Puddle Campground in Nobleboro on Wednesday, June 24.
Four candidates for two seats on the Waldoboro Board of Selectmen discussed how to attract jobs to Waldoboro and their priorities for the redevelopment of the A.D. Gray and Sylvania properties during a forum June 16.
There were no injuries in a two-vehicle collision on Route 1 in Waldoboro the morning of Tuesday, June 23.
A car crash near the junction of Bayview and Borland Hill roads in Nobleboro temporarily closed the nearby rail line to train traffic as crews removed the car from an embankment near the tracks, Tuesday, June 23.
A Bremen farmer recently harvested her first crop of sugar kelp, which she describes as nutritious, tasty, and good for the environment, from her new aquaculture operation in Muscongus Bay.
The Waldoboro Food Pantry will move from 251 Jefferson St. to the Medomak House, at 124 Friendship St., later this month. The recent drive-thru pantry events at the municipal building will likewise move to Medomak House.
Waldoboro resident Matthew Moody plans to establish a boat and RV storage business at the Hendrickson Roofing Inc. property on Route 1.
The family of Gregori Jackson, the Whitefield 18-year-old shot and killed by a Waldoboro police officer in 2007, made an emotional plea for the officer’s prosecution during a press conference in Augusta on Thursday, June 11.
Members of the Medomak Valley High School Class of 2020 celebrated their upcoming graduation with a motorcade from Warren Community School to MVHS on Sunday, June 7.
Medomak Valley High School has canceled its graduation parade, citing guidance from the Maine Attorney General’s Office to law enforcement across the state.