The Waldoboro Planning Board granted conditional approval to a 3-megawatt, 10-acre solar farm, likely the largest in Lincoln County, in a 4-0 vote Wednesday, March 11.
Lincoln County emergency medical services, fire departments, and law enforcement are exercising caution in an effort to protect themselves and the public as the coronavirus spreads in Maine.
Nobleboro has postponed its annual town meeting until sometime in May, following a recommendation from Gov. Janet Mills to cancel gatherings of 50 people or more.
Lincoln County Democrats caucused at several locations Sunday, March 8, working to “rise and organize” after the state’s first presidential primary in 20 years.
Somerville voters adopted rules for marijuana businesses, decided to go back to electing their road commissioner, and approved a broadband grant application and debt refinancing during a special town meeting Saturday, March 7.
McGreevy’s Corner Store, in Waldoboro, is nearing the completion of renovations and repairs after an October 2019 fire and plans to reopen soon with a few changes.
Four Libertarians participated in a joint caucus for Lincoln and Sagadahoc counties at The Old Goat in Richmond on Thursday, Feb. 27.
Former Waldoboro Selectman Lowell Wallace, a Republican, will challenge independent state Rep. Jeffrey Evangelos, of Friendship, in House District 91.
By a margin of 23-14, Jefferson voters rejected a moratorium on new gravel pits and expansions of existing pits during a special town meeting in the Jefferson Village School cafeteria Monday, March 2.
A new business in Jefferson offers digital machine quilting services.
Wayne Farrin, D-Jefferson, and Michael Lemelin, R-Chelsea, are seeking their parties’ nominations for Maine House District 88, which consists of Chelsea, Jefferson, part of Nobleboro, and Whitefield.
A public hearing on Somerville’s rules for marijuana businesses, which will allow a variety of businesses to open in the town pending a vote next month, drew only a few residents to the town office Thursday, Feb. 20.
Firefighters contained a fire to the second floor of an antique shop on Route 1 in Waldoboro, near the Warren line, the night of Wednesday, Feb. 26.
A Nobleboro woman and her best friend won cash and prizes with a combined value of $63,550, including a vacation to the Caribbean island of Aruba, on an episode of “Wheel of Fortune” that aired Wednesday, Feb. 19.