Waldoboro voters overwhelmingly rejected the pay-as-you-throw method of waste disposal in a local referendum on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 8.
A rekindling of an earlier fire caused further damage to a home in Waldoboro on Saturday, Nov. 5.
On Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 8, Waldoboro residents will not only have a chance to weigh in on state and national issues, but two local matters as well.
The Nobleboro Planning Board has approved, with conditions, an application from Maritime Energy to install a 30,000-gallon propane tank at its location at the corner of Route 1 and Vannah Road.
The trial of a Washington man who was allegedly operating under the influence when the SUV he was driving struck and killed a Waldoboro bicyclist on Feyler’s Corner Road in Waldoboro on Nov. 22, 2014 is underway at the Lincoln County Courthouse in Wiscasset.
A three-vehicle accident at the junction of Route 1 and Route 235 in Waldoboro sent two people to an area hospital the evening of Wednesday, Oct. 19.
The Waldoboro Food Pantry hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony at its new location on the lower level of the former Taction building at 251 Jefferson St. on Tuesday, Oct. 18.
The state senator for the majority of Lincoln County is looking to continue working to ensure Maine residents can live and thrive in the state.
A Waldoboro businessman with experience in Augusta is running to once again represent local residents in the State Senate.
A Waldoboro selectman is hoping to parlay his time at the municipal level of government into a role in the Maine State Legislature.
A Waldoboro Democrat is seeking election to the State House, touting her business experience and work as a physician in her effort to win a seat in Augusta.
A Waldoboro motorcyclist was taken to LincolnHealth’s Miles Campus in Damariscotta after an accident on Waldoboro Road (Route 32) in Bremen the afternoon of Friday, Oct. 7.
The Nobleboro Historical Society kicked off October with its annual autumn celebration, AppleFest, at Nobleboro Central School and the Nobleboro Historical Center from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 1.
The nonprofit Medomak Valley Community Foundation presented a proposal to rehabilitate the A.D. Gray building and transform it into a community center during a meeting of the Waldoboro Board of Selectmen the evening of Tuesday, Sept. 27.