Elizabeth Flanagan, a senior at Medomak Valley High School in Waldoboro, published her first novel in August after writing the book over the course of 2017 through work with Portland’s The Telling Room.
The Midcoast Conservancy and the Medomak Valley Land Trust are “moving forward with excitement” toward a merger, according to the executive director of the conservancy.
Waldoboro has a new police chief after a swearing-in ceremony at the town office Tuesday, Oct. 30.
State Sen. Eloise Vitelli, D-Arrowsic, is stressing the importance of education and health care as she seeks re-election in Senate District 23, Dresden and Sagadahoc County.
The Maine Department of Transportation has added turning lights at the intersection of Route 1 and Route 220 in Waldoboro, a response to concerns about a new traffic pattern at the intersection.
After deciding not to run for re-election in 2016, Jeffrey Evangelos, I-Friendship, hopes to recapture his seat in House District 91: Friendship, part of Union, Waldoboro, and Washington.
A Waldoboro businessman, selectman, and shellfish harvester is running for a second term as representative of House District 91: Friendship, part of Union, Waldoboro, and Washington.
Six candidates to represent Lincoln County towns in the Maine House of Representatives talked about how to fund public education and how to expand access to early childhood education during a forum at the Waldoboro municipal building Thursday, Oct. 11.
The town of Waldoboro has hired Officer John Lash as its next police chief.
The town of Somerville may not receive an estimated $20,000 in Federal Emergency Management Agency funds related to the October 2017 windstorm due to the state’s objection to the fire chief’s burning fallen trees.
The service chief of the Central Lincoln County Ambulance Service for the last 19 years will resign effective Oct. 31, according to board members.
A businessman and former pilot is running to retain House District 88 for the GOP in November. Michael Lemelin, R-Chelsea, looks to replace term-limited Rep. Deborah Sanderson, R-Chelsea.
The chair of the Somerville Board of Selectmen abruptly adjourned its Oct. 3 meeting after a resident directed the term “idiot” at one of the selectmen and declined to leave the meeting when asked.
Waldoboro has a redemption center again, with the new Corner Redemption Center open five days a week at Kaler’s Corner.