Born and raised in Pemaquid, Sandra Lane has been involved in making Bristol a better place and inspiring future generations for nearly her entire life.
The number of positive COVID-19 cases identified at LincolnHealth dropped slightly this week, according to hospital spokesperson John Martins.
After about 35 years, a Merry Barn dance hall sign, handmade by former owner Howie Davison, was returned to the 1905 barn by Gup Gascoigne, a resident of Edgecomb and Denville, N.J.
The positivity rate for COVID-19 cases at LincolnHealth increased to 16.53% from last week for the week of Aug. 8-14, according to Michelle Lunt, communications and public affairs manager for the hospital.
Approximately 175 people gathered at Cider Hill Farm in Waldoboro for the Lincoln County Democratic Committee’s annual Family Fun Day Lobster Bake on Sunday, Aug. 7.
The number of COVID-19 tests performed, the number of positive cases, and the positivity rate all rose during the week of Aug. 1-7, according to LincolnHealth spokesperson John Martins.
A handmade anthology of articles about Monhegan Island made its way back to the plantation 113 years after first being compiled on Saturday, July 23.
The Damariscotta Planning Board heard from developers of a proposed 102-bed nursing facility on Piper Mill Road and the public on Monday, Aug. 1.
A three-vehicle crash near Sherman Lake Rest Area on Route 1 in Newcastle sent one man to the hospital with a non-life-threatening injury on Wednesday, Aug. 3.
One man was LifeFlighted to Maine Medical Center in Portland after a single-vehicle crash on Biscay Road in Bremen engulfed his truck in flames on the evening of Tuesday, Aug. 2.
The number of positive cases of COVID-19 identified at LincolnHealth continues to fluctuate, with a slight decrease this past week.
Ever since she was young, Waldoboro resident Raechale “Rae” Sage has been involved in a wide variety of ever-changing pursuits in a quest for knowledge and self-improvement.
The new owners of King Eider’s Pub in Damariscotta are looking to maintain the iconic downtown establishment as the “same place” with the “same faces” and “same food,” new owner Scott McArdle said on Monday, July 25.
Kaitlyn O’Donnell, the teacher at the one-room schoolhouse on Monhegan Island, felt drawn to live and work on the island when she was hired in August 2020.