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.
The Maine Department of Education’s Student Cabinet provides an important forum for Lincoln County students to voice their ideas about issues that impact them.
Corey and Alicia O’Connell opened the farm store at Briggs Farm in August 2020. The couple had moved to Somerville in 2016, inspired by Corey O’Connell’s father, Dwight Briggs, who told them to go find a piece of land. They did as he said. And named it after him.
The Waldoboro Planning Board approved an application to open The Coffee Can, a drive-thru coffee shop on Route 1, Wednesday, Jan. 20.
The Waldoboro Planning Board approved an 18.66-acre community solar farm on Controversy Lane, with several conditions, after hearing concerns from neighborhood residents Wednesday, Jan. 20.
“I give Thai food five stars out of five.” So ends a child’s handwritten review on the bulletin board inside the Damariscotta restaurant Best Thai.
“I like to have the first corn around and the last corn around,” said Andrew “Andy” Williamson IV, longtime owner of County Fair Farm in Jefferson.
At noon on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Monday, Jan. 18, more than 50 residents of Lincoln County gathered at Veterans Memorial Park in Newcastle to honor the spirit of the civil rights leader. These are some of the reasons why.
Nobleboro residents George Mason and LeeAnna Libby attended the Jan. 13 selectmen’s meeting to express concern about the lack of restrooms at the Damariscotta Mills swimming hole and propose a plan to address it.
A Bremen family and a Waldoboro family hope to open a drive-thru coffee business, The Coffee Can, on Route 1 in Waldoboro.
Roberta Goschke stands in front of an easel set up mere steps from her home and gallery on Bremen Road in Waldoboro. She is swathed in coat, boots, hat. Her black leather gloves are stained with a dull residue of paint.
Fifty-two of Lincoln County’s ambulance staff and volunteer first responders received the first dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine on New Year’s Day.
One Christmas morning, James “Skip” Middleton, “dressed as Santa Claus, came up the cellar stairs with a sack of toys,” remembers his daughter, Maria Middleton-Rackliff. “And I asked my mother why Santa was dragging his right leg.”