Friends and colleagues remember Damariscotta businessman James H. “Jimmy” Phillips as someone who would do anything for his friends and ask nothing in return.
A group of talented Maine musicians had Damariscotta’s Lincoln Theater a-rocking and a-rolling during a reenactment of the “The Last Waltz” that doubled as a benefit concert for Lincoln County Television at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 12.
A new farm, Veggies to Table, has cropped up in Newcastle to battle food insecurity in Lincoln County.
The Damariscotta Planning Board, on Monday, Jan. 6, recommended for approval a historic preservation ordinance that would encompass the Main Street historic district.
Central Lincoln County Ambulance Service Inc. will ask its six member towns to nearly double their contributions this year, but expects the requests to level off going forward.
The Dresden Board of Selectmen’s proposal to buy a 1-acre parcel next to the town office will go to voters at a special town meeting at Pownalborough Hall at 6 p.m., Wednesday, Jan. 15.
Meagan Hamblett, CEO of the Central Lincoln County YMCA since November 2014, will depart Jan. 31 to start a new position as executive director of the YMCA Alliances of Maine and New Hampshire/Vermont.
A Bristol couple, Jeffrey Patterson and Helen Costello, have set plans in motion for an “encore career” in sustainable agriculture on their 25 Rock School House Road property, dubbed The Byre at Piper’s Pond.
A series of three upcoming rock ‘n’ roll concerts at the Lincoln Theater in Damariscotta will benefit Lincoln County Television, the Newcastle-based public access station.
Work is underway on a municipal solar array at the site of Damariscotta’s old landfill.
Lincoln County Television, the Newcastle-based public access station, has reversed a recent name change and begun a search for a technical director to lead the station into a new chapter in its history.
U.S. Rep. Chellie Pingree, D-Maine, convened a roundtable discussion about the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s rules for hemp cultivation at Sheepscot General Farm in Whitefield on Monday, Dec. 16.
Joshua Rosenthal, a 16-year-old violinist living in Damariscotta, will get national exposure when one of his performances begins airing on the National Public Radio program “From the Top” during the week of Dec. 16.
Firefighters extricated a man through the windshield of a pickup truck after a single-vehicle crash on Route 126 in Jefferson the morning of Monday, Dec. 16. The man was taken to an Augusta hospital.
There was singing, dancing, and a gymnasium bursting with respect and admiration during Wreaths Across America’s first-ever convoy stop at Lincoln Academy in Newcastle on Sunday, Dec. 8.