Two Bremen residents plan to open Damariscotta’s second and final – for now – medical cannabis storefront, Above and Beyond, in Main Street Centre, at 464 Main St.
The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention reported one more case of COVID-19 in a Lincoln County resident and two more recoveries in the past week.
In the age of COVID-19, it is hard to find a place where one can comfortably unwind with some friendly strangers – namely a bar.
Newcastle’s Lincoln Academy has announced a tentative plan to return to school in early September, likely under a hybrid model that combines distance learning and in-person instruction.
The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention reported the first death of a Lincoln County resident from COVID-19 on Tuesday, July 28.
About 29 voters approved Dresden’s $1,014,060 budget during the open portion of annual town meeting, which lasted about an hour and 45 minutes, the morning of Saturday, July 18.
Police called off a high-speed pursuit of a motorcycle that started in Waldoboro and ran through Main Street in Damariscotta and into Newcastle the morning of Saturday, July 18.
About 33 Damariscotta voters approved the municipal budget during annual town meeting in the Great Salt Bay Community School gymnasium on Wednesday, July 15.
Lincoln County has five more cases of COVID-19, the largest week-over-week increase since the disease reached the county. State officials would not say whether the cases are linked.
After a ranked-choice count, Newcastle social worker Lydia Crafts has won the three-way Democratic primary race in Maine House District 90 with 60.15% of the vote.
Newcastle voters elected Tor Glendinning and Rob Nelson in a three-way race for two seats on the board of selectmen, and approved 2020-2021 budgets, in the annual town meeting by referendum Tuesday, July 14.
Coveside Restaurant and Marina in South Bristol is back to business, but not as usual, under new management and with a new chef – offering a traditional seaside menu with Cuban flair.
Lincoln County saw one new case of COVID-19, one hospitalization, and another recovery from the respiratory illness caused by the coronavirus during the past week. The new case is just the sixth reported since May 23.
Lightning struck twice at 20 Farm Woods Road in Bristol the afternoon of Tuesday, July 14. The first strike hit a tree and the second caused a house fire.