Newcastle’s Taniscot Engine Co. is hosting a public meeting concerning potential changes to the fire department at 9 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 11, at the Faith Baptist Church on Mills Road in Newcastle.
In the past week, 24 more Lincoln County residents tested positive for COVID-19, the same number as last week and down from 57 new cases the week prior.
Delano Seafood Market has expanded a little bit each year since 2010 and now plans to move into a newly-constructed building by the beginning of October that offers twice as much retail space.
The purchase and eventual revitalization of the former Round Pond United Methodist Church, known locally as the “White Church,” by the Helping Hands of Round Pond marks the beginning of what co-president Sarah Stevenson Matel calls a renaissance in the coastal village.
New COVID-19 cases identified in Lincoln County residents dipped this week to 24, after 57 new cases were identified last week.
Jack Puckey, the longest-serving member on the Newcastle Fire Company, never wanted to be chief of the department. He “just wanted to be a driver,” he said, during an interview at his home on Monday, Aug. 23.
The Damariscotta Board of Selectmen heard from the public on Wednesday, Aug. 18 about how to spend approximately $227,000 in funding the town will receive through the federal American Rescue Plan’s Coronavirus State and Local Recovery Funds program.
n the past week, 57 more Lincoln County residents have been diagnosed with COVID-19 and one more resident has been hospitalized—the fifth straight weekly increase in case counts and up from 32 last week and 24 the week prior.
The U.S. First Circuit Court of Appeals rejected an appeal by cable companies and upheld a 2019 Maine law that will keep Lincoln County Television at Spectrum’s channel 7 and out of what critics call “digital Siberia” on Tuesday, Aug. 3.
Growing up, Newcastle resident Emily Krah always wanted to be a mother, she said during an interview on Monday, Aug. 2.
J & J Jamaican Grocery and Gift Shop received permission from Damariscotta to relocate and operate its food smoker on Thursday, Aug. 12.
Damariscotta’s Great Salt Bay Community School, Bristol Consolidated School, and South Bristol School are all moving forward with back-to-school plans that are similar to last year’s, but less stringent—with daily health screenings, masking indoors, and recommended physical distancing.
A new surge of COVID-19, which LincolnHealth spokesperson Michelle Lunt says is likely driven by the more contagious Delta variant, continues in Lincoln County, with 32 new cases identified in the past week, up from 24 last week and 21 the week prior.
The Public Safety and Accessibility Collaborative conducted a survey this spring that illuminates some of the challenges faced by cyclists in Damariscotta.