Lydia Crafts, the Democratic candidate for House District 90, shares her views on special education, restorative justice, and Maine’s “brain drain” in a forum set to air on Lincoln County Television at 8 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 7.
The two candidates for Lincoln County Judge of Probate will explain their priorities and qualifications for the position in a forum set to air on Lincoln County Television at 8 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 6.
Newcastle social worker Lydia Crafts, the Democratic candidate for Maine House District 90, wants to improve mental health services in the state and protect its natural resources.
Newcastle farmer and forestry consultant Merle Parise, the Republican candidate for Maine House District 90, says he will focus on cutting taxes if he wins election.
The Damariscotta School Committee, not the Damariscotta Board of Selectmen, will appoint a new committee member to fill a vacancy.
The Damariscotta and Great Salt Bay school committees each have an open seat after the resignation of Kate Kastelein, effective Thursday, Oct. 1.
The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention reported six new cases of COVID-19 in Lincoln County residents and two new hospitalizations — only the fourth and fifth hospitalizations of county residents — in the past week. The agency also reported two more recoveries, leaving 10 active cases among county residents.
A student at Coastal Kids Preschool in Damariscotta has tested positive for COVID-19, but the school remains open and does not have an outbreak, according to school and state officials.
After a contentious public hearing Thursday, Sept. 17, the Newcastle Board of Selectmen has canceled a Sept. 29 special town meeting on a new zoning code and will instead send the code to a referendum vote on Election Day, Nov. 3.
The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention reported two new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Lincoln County residents on Monday, Sept. 21.
The owners of the Seagull Shop, the 83-year-old restaurant and gift shop at Pemaquid Point that burned last Wednesday, Sept. 9, hope to rebuild in time to open for the 2021 season.
The Damariscotta Region Chamber of Commerce plans to acquire, renovate, and expand the little Damariscotta Region Information Bureau building between Main and Vine streets, then make the building its permanent headquarters.
Lincoln County has three new COVID-19 cases — its first in two weeks — but does not have an outbreak, according to the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention.
An online fundraiser is attempting to raise $30,000 to help Bhutanese student Phuntsho Choden — a Lincoln County Television volunteer staying in Round Pond — finish graduate school.