Alicia Hunter of Damariscotta wanted more children. She had a son and daughter from her first marriage, and when she remarried, she and husband Joseph Clark tried to have another child. But there were difficulties – and after experiencing pregnancy loss, they started to talk about adoption.
Six teams with human remains detection dogs from the Maine Warden Service found no sign of missing Waldoboro resident Douglas Barter on April 20.
“Art is the highest form of hope,” said renowned German artist Gerhard Richter, and the sentiment was recently echoed by Maine artist Lyn Asselta as she explained her involvement in the upcoming Art for Ukraine sale.
Nobleboro Central School lost a member of its extended family over the weekend. Former principal Martin Mackey died April 20 while surfing near the Cape Cod National Seashore.
Six teams with cadaver dogs from the Maine Warden Service found no sign of missing Waldoboro resident Douglas Barter on April 20.
Elver season is winding down as almost 8,000 pounds of the tiny glassine eels have been pulled from Maine waters, including the Pemaquid and Medomak rivers in Lincoln County.
The Waldoboro clamming community gathered at the town’s Pine Street Landing on the morning of Saturday, April 9, to search for one of their own.
Volunteers for the Waldoboro Food Pantry gathered at the town landing for a commemorative photo of their newest acquisition on April 4.
Lincoln Academy theater students merged ancient Celtic myth with fresh music and choreography in their production of “Silk Cove,” playing at the Parker B. Poe Theater in Newcastle.
Nobleboro residents will vote on education and municipal budgets at a March 19 open town meeting, but despite increases in both, the town’s selectmen don’t anticipate an increase in property taxes.
Fire Chief Richard Genthner informed the board of the appointment of a new deputy chief during the March 19 Nobleboro selectmen’s meeting. Matt Dixon will take over for previous Deputy Chief Andrew “Andy” Kennedy who passed away in February.
First and second graders at Chewonki Elementary and Middle School learned design and engineering skills by building enrichment tools for possums, crows, skinks, snakes, turtles and tarantulas.
Flora Angyal, Audrey Hufnagel, Michal Maciejewicu, Marina McManus, Will Sherrill, and Jonas Stepanauskas, have a better than average grasp of the war in Ukraine.
A wave of students walked out of Medomak Valley High School and Medomak Middle School on Monday, Feb. 14.