Waldoboro is considering whether to stop leasing its blueberry fields at Quarry Hill Farm to commercial harvesters and instead make the fields available to residents for blueberry picking.
The Jefferson School Committee voted unanimously Monday, Aug. 3 to have students return to school on a full-time, in-person basis at the start of the upcoming school year.
The Wiscasset Speedway Hall of Fame, now in its second year, inducted six new members during a luncheon at the track Saturday, July 25.
A cigarette butt caught the exterior of a Waldoboro apartment building on fire Wednesday, July 29, but a resident of the building quickly snuffed the flames with a fire extinguisher.
A new Jefferson business has transitioned from catering to contactless takeout, bringing fresh food made from local ingredients to the community.
Waldoboro plans to enter negotiations with Volunteers of America with the goal to sign a letter of intent for the national nonprofit to redevelop A.D. Gray School as senior housing.
Although the project remains in an “evaluation” stage, the national nonprofit Volunteers of America has a $6.2 million plan to turn Waldoboro’s vacant A.D. Gray School into 32 units of affordable senior housing.
A fire at a new restaurant in Waldoboro village early Thursday, July 23 damaged the restaurant and a pharmacy at 9 Friendship St. and forced the evacuation of the four-story building.
After an easy victory in the Democratic primary July 14, U.S. Senate candidate Sara Gideon made the Bremen waterfront her first campaign stop as the party’s nominee.
Jefferson voters elected Allison Brooks and reelected Al Vorhis to the Jefferson School Committee on July 14.
A pickup rollover on Route 17 in Somerville sent the driver to the hospital Monday, July 20.
Nobleboro voters approved all 23 articles on the ballot during their annual town meeting by referendum Friday, July 17.
A 2017 graduate of Lincoln Academy who recently completed her junior year at Bates College in Lewiston has won a prestigious scholarship awarded to students with a commitment to public service – the same scholarship won by her father in 1994.
The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office has engaged in self-reflection and training spurred by worldwide calls for policing reform, Sheriff Todd Brackett said during a forum in Bremen on Thursday, July 9.