Roadside Eats in Waldoboro opened on Tuesday, June 1 and the ‘50s-themed restaurant has more than a few surprises on its menu.
Waldoboro voters supported selling the A.D. Gray School to Volunteers of America during the annual town meeting by referendum on Tuesday, June 8. The nonprofit organization plans to repurpose the building as affordable senior housing.
Somerville First Selectman Chris Johnson fended off a write-in campaign to win a second three-year term Tuesday, June 8.
The Maine Marine Patrol recovered the body of a 34-year-old Waldoboro fisherman in the Medomak River at 6:30 a.m., Tuesday, June 8.
Waldoboro will vote by secret ballot on 46 warrant articles in the annual town meeting by referendum on Tuesday, June 8.
On Tuesday, June 8, Waldoboro voters will choose among three candidates for two three-year terms on the RSU 40 Board of Directors.
On Tuesday, June 8, Waldoboro voters will pick two of five candidates for the board of selectmen.
The 2021-22 budget for RSU 40 will not increase property taxes in Waldoboro. The budget will go to a referendum vote Tuesday, June 8.
Newcastle artist Glenn Chadbourne first read “Cujo” when the book debuted, snagging a copy off the shelf 40 years ago. “I shudder to think of that span of time,” Chadbourne said.
Medomak Valley High School students in the school’s Jobs for Maine Graduates program won multiple awards at this year’s statewide Career Development Conference.
Representatives from the Maine Department of Environmental Protection and members of Waldoboro’s Sylvania Task Force support the transfer of the Sylvania property to the town of Waldoboro.
On May 18, 1981, Jay Verney started working for Colby & Gale Inc. in Damariscotta. After exactly 40 years of fixing tractors in the summer and hauling propane in the winter, he retired Tuesday, May 18, 2021.
The Waldoboro United Methodist Church, a fixture on Friendship Road since 1857, will close effective June 30.
A load of trash on a utility trailer caught fire on a Waldoboro road while a Cushing family was taking it to the transfer station.
Representatives of the A.D. Gray Park Coalition and Volunteers of America presented their separate visions for the future of the A.D. Gray property during a forum in Waldoboro on Thursday, May 13.