While ambulance services and Emergency Medical Service departments in Lincoln County face losing emergency medical technicians to the Gov. Janet Mills administration vaccine mandate, combined departments such as Nobleboro, Edgecomb, and Jefferson, face the possibility of losing firefighters, as well.
“I think you have to go to a vote,” said Town Manager Julie Keizer regarding the once again unresolved fate of Waldoboro’s A.D. Gray School.
A Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office deputy acted in self defense and the defense of others while using deadly force in response to a Dec. 18, 2020 incident in Jefferson, according to Maine Attorney General Aaron Frey.
Newcastle documentarian and visual storyteller Liz McGregor published her first book, “Portrait of Patagonia – Futaleufú, Chile,” about the place she considers her southern home on Oct. 1.
Pumpkinfest was back this year and artists swarmed Main Street in Damariscotta on Friday, Oct. 8, to turn this year’s harvest of huge pumpkins into a cornucopia of fantastical designs featuring owls and elephants, kraken and comic book characters, ships and sugar plum fairies.
“Summer didn’t happen this year,” said Tim Beal, co-owner of the Damariscotta River Grill.
A small girls’ school in Basti Awan, Pakistan continues to grow, thanks to the efforts of a local physician and the generosity of the people of Lincoln County.
The town of Jefferson is facing a more than 1,000% increase in the cost of Emergency Medical Services service next year.
Chief officers of Lincoln County’s four ambulance services met for the first time on Monday, Sept. 27, to formulate a plan for a regional approach to the staffing crisis that threatens the lives of residents in their communities.
The Bremen Broadband Committee is a pivotal factor in the town’s successful pursuit of high-speed internet, and has built a strong model for other communities to follow.
Mobius, Inc., held a small but heart-felt celebration to honor the recipients of the Stewardship, Community, and Exemplar awards, and to recognize team members’ length of service on Wednesday, Sept. 22.
A structural analysis of the A.D. Gray school building in Waldoboro found issues that will make it difficult to keep the building intact. Town manager Julie Keizer informed the board of selectmen of the findings during their meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 28.
The Maine Antique Dealers’ Association presented a check for $1,000 to Jean Lawrence, president of the Waldoborough Historical Society on Wednesday, Sept. 15.
A collection of jams and jellies, pickles and relishes, sauces and chutneys glows in shades of pale emerald, or deep ruby in the light of a window at the Bremen Town House.