A Nobleboro man was charged with operating under the influence after a motor-vehicle accident on East Pond Road in Nobleboro the evening of Sunday, Jan. 8.
A fire in a barn spread to a nearby house on Borland Hill Road in Nobleboro in the early hours of Wednesday, Jan. 11.
The town of Bremen became the first in Lincoln County to adopt a temporary ban on marijuana-related businesses in a special town meeting the evening of Thursday, Jan. 5.
The Jefferson and Nobleboro boards of selectmen convened for the annual meeting of the Nobleboro-Jefferson Transfer Station the evening of Wednesday, Dec. 28.
Local firefighters from Lincoln, Kennebec and Knox counties are on the scene of a structure fire at 334 Rockland Road (Route 17) in Jefferson.
Veterans of the Vietnam War had a chance to take part in a week-long camp in Nobleboro as Kieve-Wavus thanked veterans of the conflict for their service to the U.S.
The Bremen Board of Selectmen opened six bids Wednesday, Dec. 15 for the construction of a new bridge on Heath Road over Smelts Brook, but voted not to award the project to any of the bidders, citing unexpectedly high bids.
Jefferson firefighters braved frigid conditions the afternoon of Friday, Dec. 16 to extinguish a fire in a barn on Laren Road.
The Waldoboro Board of Selectmen discussed a potential moratorium on retail marijuana sales during the board’s meeting Dec. 13, and decided to continue the discussion at future selectmen’s meetings.
The Waldoboro Board of Selectmen, at its meeting Tuesday, Dec. 13, discussed how to proceed after last week’s announcement from Town Manager Linda-Jean Briggs regarding her intention to resign effective Jan. 20.
The fifth member of his family to be diagnosed with ALS, a lifelong Bremen resident wants to raise awareness about the chronic condition and increase interest in ALS research and care.
A Waldoboro resident uses his passion for the outdoors and his expertise as an outdoorsman to make custom knives, turkey calls, and other tools for his fellow fishermen and hunters.
The Bremen Board of Selectmen has postponed a public hearing and special town meeting scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 15 to consider the possibility of a temporary ban on retail sales of marijuana and marijuana social clubs.
On Sunday, Dec. 11, a large crowd gathered at Medomak Valley High School in Waldoboro to wait for Wreaths Across America to arrive, shortly after the convoy embarked on its annual procession to Arlington National Cemetery.