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.
On Sunday, Feb. 21, a small group gathered under a bright blue sky at Hidden Valley Nature Center in Jefferson for a snowshoe yoga session.
The Rangeley Fire and Rescue Department recently recognized 22-year-old Jefferson firefighter and first responder Oakley Oliver for providing assistance to an injured snowmobiler in the western Maine town.
Members of the Waldoboro Board of Selectmen defended plans to transfer the A.D. Gray property to Volunteers of America on Tuesday, Feb. 23.
An orange cat leads the way, tail waving, through 5 acres of metal cast-offs that have been collected, conceived, cut, and concocted into a garden of fantastical figures on a piece of property on Bremen Road in Waldoboro.
The town of Waldoboro will accept the donation of the former Sylvania property on Friendship Road subject to two changes in an agreement, the selectmen voted during a special meeting Feb. 3.
The owner of the DanceMaineia studio plans to move into the former Progressive Grange in Waldoboro and reopen there June 1.
The Water Street Kitchen & Bar closed for the month of January, but it reopened just in time to be a romantic Valentine’s Day dinner destination.
Joe Guerrero died tragically but lived joyfully. And he left behind a legacy for his family. His wife, Jennifer Guerrero, and their children, Jacob and Marijane, are determined to continue his ministry.
The Nobleboro Village Store reopened Monday, Feb. 8, after closing for the weekend due to a suspension of its license for allegedly violating the state’s mask mandate.
A swift response by a homeowner and firefighters limited damage from a fire at 425 East Pond Road in Nobleboro the morning of Sunday, Feb. 7.
The inaugural meal for the Jefferson Village Community Center’s new Healthy Meals program sold out in just over an hour on Friday, Jan. 29.
Volunteers hope to reopen the Waldoboro Free Clothing Closet at a new location soon, but the current drop-off location, closed since the start of the pandemic, continues to attract unwanted donations and complaints.