There’s a small cottage on John’s Bay in New Harbor. Inside, collections of books and art and things from faraway places clutter the shelves and walls and surfaces. Tall glass doors frame a view of sparkling waves and smoothly gliding gulls. When the tide is high, the salt water laps the edge of a small slice of green where a large pine stands.
Seven trainees were among the firefighters gaining live fire experience during the burning of an old chicken barn in Nobleboro on Saturday, April 24 — and a little extra training when an unplanned grass fire erupted during the exercise.
Firefighters from eight departments protected a Somerville home from a brush fire that ignited several acres of surrounding forest on Tuesday, April 27.
Waldoboro emergency medical technician Terry Bramhall always wanted to become a paramedic. But the cost of the additional education seemed out of reach. A grant from the Rotary Club of Damariscotta-Newcastle made her dream possible.
Jenny Pendleton has ideas. She wakes up in the middle of the night with them. And most of them revolve around finding ways to keep children from going hungry.
Moody’s Diner closed Thursday, April 22 and will remain closed through May 2 due to a positive COVID-19 test.
On Wednesday, May 5, Whitefield Elementary School eighth grader Kiara Luce and head cook Vicki Dill will battle for the state title in Maine’s sixth annual Farm to School Cook-Off.
The wind is cold, but the water is colder. A small skiff skims across the surface while another tugs a sluggish structure through the low waves of the Medomak River.
Two Medomak Valley High School sophomores took home honors from this year’s Maine State Science Fair with behavioral research on the topics of immigration and mask-wearing.
Somerville voters approved a proposal to borrow $632,250 to cover half the cost of a municipal broadband network, 49-45, on Tuesday, April 21.
More than 140 cards, a parade of fire engines, friends, family, and a flock of flamingos arrived at Fran Williamson’s home in Jefferson to celebrate her 103rd birthday.
Edgecomb Eddy School Principal Ira Michaud will leave at the end of the school year for a new position as principal of Nobleboro Central School.
After three years, Jefferson village has a general store again. On Thursday, April 8, the new Jefferson Market & General Store opened for business.
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.