A new full-service auto repair shop, Coastal Motors, is open for business in North Newcastle.
Medomak Middle School’s Community Market helps area families combat food insecurity by sending food home with students at the end of the week.
Fifth graders at Miller School in Waldoboro celebrated their completion of a 10-week D.A.R.E. program the morning of Tuesday, May 28.
Waldoboro’s police chief and two officers fielded questions on drugs, littering, and speeding during question-and-answer sessions at the municipal building May 22.
After a public hearing Thursday, May 16, the Edgecomb Planning Board voted 4-0 to approve the construction of three new storage buildings at Rock Solid Storage on Route 1, pending approval from the Maine Department of Environmental Protection.
Moody’s Diner will build an addition for food storage and office space at the iconic diner on Route 1 in Waldoboro.
Delano Seafood will serve crab and lobster rolls, fried seafood, and ice cream from a new food wagon next to the market on Route 1 in Waldoboro.
Two Waldoboro businesses are grappling with a March court ruling that could restrict seaweed harvesting throughout the state.
A town in New York will buy a 38-year-old ladder truck back from Waldoboro for use as an antique to display in a museum and use in parades.
Waldoboro Town Manager Julie Keizer is set to stay on the job into 2024 after the Waldoboro Board of Selectmen’s unanimous approval of a five-year contract Tuesday, April 23.
The new Ollie’s takeout stand at the junction of Route 1 and Route 220 in Waldoboro opened at 11 a.m., Monday, April 22.
A fishing boat capsized on Damariscotta Lake and another fisherman pulled the 80-year-old occupant from the water the morning of Monday, April 22.
The Lincoln County District Attorney’s Office has dismissed charges against a local businessman in connection with the disappearance of an antique automobile from Nobleboro.
The trailer of a tractor-trailer detached from the tractor and rolled onto its side on Route 32 in Waldoboro, near Route 1, the morning of Thursday, April 11. There were no injuries.