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.
On May 12, the Maine Department of Education announced the county teachers of the year. Medomak Valley High School math teacher Bill Hinkley was Lincoln County’s choice for the honor.
Zak Melvin looks like he could be a member of one of his favorite rock bands. But he’s not. He’s an educator and a clammer, both in equal measure.
Last fall, Waldoboro resident Viola Stone’s trailer went up in flames. She and her family have replaced it with a newer and better structure, but violations of town regulations have left her unable to return to the property she calls home.
After three years, Bremen librarian Yvonne Gloede worked her last day on Saturday, May 8.
On Wednesday, May 5, the state championship was on the line in the Child Nutrition Culinary Classroom in Augusta, where teams from two schools pitted their nutritious creations against each other. The Whitefield Wildcats came away victorious.
Waldoboro will hold a forum Thursday, May 13 to provide information to the public regarding the two proposals for the former A.D. Gray School on the ballot for the annual town meeting by referendum June 8.
The pilot of a plane flying over the area reported a fire surrounding several structures in the area of Bunker Hill Road and Gates Road in Jefferson on Monday, May 3.
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.