Shayla Pheng was interested in playing chess but she couldn’t find a game.
An exhilarating version of “Pride and Prejudice” sparkles on the Parker B. Poe stage at Lincoln Academy through Aug. 7, in Heartwood Regional Theater’s first full-scale live production since 2019.
Damariscotta contractor C.J. Turner broke ground on a parade home in November 2020. He calls the sustainable dream house a “grand cabin” that will be completed and presented to the public next summer.
Every Wednesday around 11 a.m. reporters and editors gather in a small room at the Lincoln County News to plan the coverage for the coming week. The stress of deadline is over, the keyboards are quiet, and if we’re lucky there are freshly made raspberry muffins in a cloth-lined basket being offered ‘round.
On July 19, Sara Rademaker, founder and president of American Unagi, a company that grows and sells locally sourced, responsibly raised eels for the U.S. market, met with her construction team on the site of the long-planned state-of-the-art eel aquaculture facility that has finally broken ground in Waldoboro.
Bayard Littlefield has a job people dream about, surrounded by riots of color and a million shades of green, immersed in the wind-borne brine of Maine’s coast and the luxurious scent of roses. Littlefield plans, plants, and tends to summer gardens and landscapes throughout Lincoln County.
A driver involved in a hit-and-run in Waldoboro was located with help from the public the afternoon of Saturday, July 17.
The coordinators and volunteers of the Waldoboro Free Clothing Closet want the residents of the town and surrounding communities to know that they are eager for business.
Sheepscot Bay Physical Therapy’s new fitness center, TheGym@SBPT, opened its doors in Waldoboro on July 6.
During the Bremen Board of Selectmen meeting on Thursday, July 1, Chair Wendy Pieh announced that Selectman Hank Nevins had handed in his written resignation.
Kristen Budlong wanted out of the hubbub of Boston.
Back in April 2020 when I had been interning as a photojournalist for the Lincoln County News for only a couple of weeks, one of my first assignments was to use my newly minted photographic skills to illustrate a story by Evan Houk. He had written a piece about how COVID-19 was impacting the direct support professionals at Mobius Inc., a nonprofit organization in Damariscotta that serves individuals with disabilities.
At 10:45 a.m. on Sunday, June 27, Minister Greg Foster rang the bell of the Waldoboro United Methodist Church calling congregants to worship one last time.
After 50 years of family ownership, 18 of them as All Seasons Automotive, the highly regarded car repair shop and gas station in the heart of Jefferson is closing.