Handsome Dan XIX, an olde English bulldogge born and raised at Wicked Good Bulldogges in Bristol, started his new life as the official mascot for Yale University on Feb. 28.
Millard Hassan had his 15 minutes of fame. But his life hasn’t changed. He still works seven days a week bending steel into tines for the worm hoes and clam hoes that first brought him to the attention of the world outside Lincoln County.
Word problem: If the Medomak Valley High School varsity math team finished third and the junior varsity team finished 10th out of 19 schools in the Central Maine Math League; and if the team came in 23rd out of 98 schools in the state, finishing the year in the top 25% of competing schools; and if the varsity and JV teams have a combined total of 21 students between them, what is the cumulative effect of the three statements on the success of the math program at MVHS? Show your work.
Jefferson voters approved spending $550,000 on a new fire truck, $500,000 to rebuild roads, and $14,250 for a broadband study in the annual town meeting by referendum Tuesday, March 30.
A 31-year-old Cushing man wanted by Waldoboro police on a kidnapping charge turned himself in at the police department around 1 p.m., Wednesday, March 24.
Nobleboro voters reelected Selectman Dick Spear and Road Commissioner Dale Wright, and approved the purchase of a $508,240 fire truck, during the annual town meeting by referendum Friday, March 19.
E.J. Hunt, of Newcastle, won the statewide Patriot’s Pen essay contest, a Veterans of Foreign Wars program, this year.
The Waldoboro Planning Board approved an application to expand Delano Seafood Market, on Route 1, Wednesday, March 10.
There were only two rules Tyler Richards had to follow growing up on his father’s farm in Edgecomb: “Don’t get hurt, and be back by dinner.”
A 71-year-old Alna man is in critical condition at Maine Medical Center in Portland after a collision with a loaded dump truck on Route 32 in Jefferson the afternoon of Monday, March 8.
Bold Summit Pet Resort has moved to Waldoboro, just a few miles north of Route 1, and is accepting new clients for home-based overnight boarding and doggy day care while it works toward construction of a luxury facility.
Jefferson Village School returned to in-person learning Tuesday, March 9 after a week of remote instruction due to a COVID-19 case.
An electrical malfunction caused a fire that destroyed a garage at 56 Deaver Road in Waldoboro, off Back Cove Road, the morning of Wednesday, March 3.
On Sunday, Feb. 28, Medomak Valley High School informed parents and students that the school would return to remote instruction for “up to five days” due to a positive COVID-19 test.
“Life is too short to read an uninteresting book,” Chloe Deblois said.