Newcastle’s Lincoln Academy conducted a physically distant graduation ceremony, adhering to state public health guidelines, on the William A. Clark Field on Friday, June 5.
The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention has reported no new cases of COVID-19 and one more recovery in Lincoln County over the past week.
An open-air market in downtown Damariscotta will debut Saturday, June 13.
Local firefighters quickly put out a house fire caused by a lightning strike at 99 Atwood Lane in Bristol the afternoon of Saturday, June 6.
The Damariscotta Planning Board approved a site plan review application from Coastal Cannabis Co. LLC on Monday, June 1. The company is on track to become the town’s first retail shop for recreational cannabis.
An issue with base gravel for the new Bristol Road sidewalk has slowed construction, but the town still expects to see the project complete on schedule.
Cary Myles, a longtime seasonal customer of the Samoset Restaurant and then The Harbor Room in New Harbor, has taken over the business and plans to reopen in late June, with few changes.
An accidental grease fire, caused when the homeowner left bacon cooking on the stove, destroyed a home at 159 McFarland Shore Road in New Harbor the morning of Wednesday, June 3.
The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention has reported no new cases of COVID-19 and two more recoveries from the illness in Lincoln County over the past week.
A brush fire burned about a quarter-acre of land and spread into nearby woods off Stoneybrook Lane in Bristol the afternoon of Tuesday, June 2.
Local researchers recently uncovered the identity of a veteran of two wars buried in an unmarked grave in Damariscotta. On the Thursday before Memorial Day, they dedicated a new headstone at his grave.
Newcastle will hold its annual town meeting by secret ballot July 14, to coincide with the state primary.
As the coronavirus arrived in Lincoln County, LincolnHealth and other local medical providers rapidly rolled out telehealth programs so they could continue to conduct regular appointments.
The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention reported three new cases of COVID-19 and one more hospitalization in Lincoln County over the past week.