Community Shellfish Company is expanding to southern New England and New York, and bringing the products of Maine’s burgeoning shellfish and aquaculture industry to a new market.
A fire engulfed a camper trailer on Old County Road in Waldoboro on Thursday, Dec. 9, burning it completely.
After President Biden signed the initial infrastructure bill into law earlier this month, towns in Lincoln County began identifying potential development, broadband, and road rebuilding projects that could benefit from the federal grants soon to be available.
The Central Lincoln County Ambulance Service is fundraising for new equipment to lift patients on stretchers into and out of an ambulance that is safer for both emergency first responders and patients.
After receiving grant funding through the state’s ConnectME broadband program, fiber optic broadband installation in Bremen is almost complete, with connection to the system available to all residents.
Regardless of whether household Christmas trees emerged from attics and basements the day after Halloween or the day after Thanksgiving, the 2021 Parade of Lights ushered the Christmas spirit into Newcastle and Damariscotta on Nov. 28.
Since the 1970s, Nobleboro resident and Maine native Gary Lawless has written poetry that explores the natural world and ideas in environmentalism. One of his poems on endangered animals, and treating every creature like it is the last of its kind to exist, was translated and published in Italy by a group of environmentalists.
The Midcoast support group for survivors of domestic abuse, New Hope For Women, officially changed its name last week to New Hope Midcoast to reflect all individuals who experience abuse, including men and people who are gender non-binary.
I was certainly not expecting to move to Maine when I first started searching for the next step in my journalism career a couple months ago. But a chance trip to Acadia National Park with my sister sealed the deal. As we drove down the pine-crested coast, I decided to look for opportunities in newsrooms in eastern Maine.
A Waldoboro man has been missing since Nov. 8, and police are still searching for a hint of where he might be.
Local business owner Reginald Reilly, of C.E. Reilly & Son in New Harbor, passed away at the age of 90 on Nov. 12. A mentor and great-grandfather, Reilly leaves behind the legacy of an enduring family business and a community grateful for his leadership.