Central Lincoln County Adult Education graduates celebrated their accomplishment with a song, personalized poems, a toast, and a punch and cake reception at the Lincoln Theater on Tuesday, June 8.
Approximately 1,000 people attended Lincoln Academy’s 143rd commencement ceremony to send off the class of 2021 at the Augusta Civic Center on Friday, June 4.
Voters reelected Joel Lind for a third consecutive term and elected newcomers Karen Leavitt Paz and David Levesque to the Newcastle Board of Selectmen during the annual town meeting by referendum on Tuesday, June 8.
Voters elected newcomer Tom Anderson to the Damariscotta Board of Selectmen, August Avantaggio to the Damariscotta and Great Salt Bay School committees, and approved a new solar ordinance and an amended historic preservation ordinance during the first part of a hybrid annual town meeting on Tuesday, June 8.
Lincoln County saw only eight new cases of COVID-19 in the past week, the lowest weekly total since the coronavirus began surging last fall.
Newcastle resident Art Mayers is in the process of preserving videotaped oral histories detailing the lives of Lincoln County individuals and different local themes on his YouTube page.
A newcomer to Damariscotta government is running for selectman and a recent appointee to the school committee is running for his first full term, both unopposed.
Jacob Abbott and David Levesque are running for a one-year term on the Newcastle Board of Selectmen.
Newcastle voters will choose two selectmen from a pool of four candidates during the annual town meeting by referendum on Tuesday, June 8.
There were no injuries after three vehicles collided at the intersection of Route 1 and Belvedere Road in Damariscotta the morning of Wednesday, June 2.
The weekly count of COVID-19 cases in Lincoln County residents dropped for the second week in a row, with 34 new cases identified in the past week, down from 41 last week.
After five years on the job and seeing Newcastle through some significant changes, Town Manager Jon Duke is headed to Rockport, where he has accepted the position of town manager in his hometown.
Nobleboro resident Laurie McBurnie has spent her life dedicated to both honoring the past and preparing children for the future.
A motorcyclist was transported to the hospital after colliding with a car at the intersection of Route 1 and Back Meadow Road in Nobleboro the morning of Sunday, May 23.
A blue 2005 Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck crashed into a house on Turner Ridge Road in Somerville the afternoon of Saturday, May 22, leaving the driver with a serious head injury and the house and truck with significant damage.