The weekly count of COVID-19 cases in Lincoln County residents dropped for the second week in a row, with 34 new cases identified in the past week, down from 41 last week.
After five years on the job and seeing Newcastle through some significant changes, Town Manager Jon Duke is headed to Rockport, where he has accepted the position of town manager in his hometown.
Nobleboro resident Laurie McBurnie has spent her life dedicated to both honoring the past and preparing children for the future.
A motorcyclist was transported to the hospital after colliding with a car at the intersection of Route 1 and Back Meadow Road in Nobleboro the morning of Sunday, May 23.
A blue 2005 Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck crashed into a house on Turner Ridge Road in Somerville the afternoon of Saturday, May 22, leaving the driver with a serious head injury and the house and truck with significant damage.
Four students in the gifted-and-talented program at Great Salt Bay Community School in Damariscotta field-tested an app Wednesday, May 12 that seeks to use augmented reality to educate rural kids about career opportunities in science, technology, engineering, and math.
After several months of fundraising and a more than 5,000-mile journey, the two sons of a Lebanese archdeacon in the Episcopal Church are now studying at Lincoln Academy, thanks to the efforts of local Episcopalians.
The Edgecomb Board of Selectmen is expressing concern over the timing of a planned Maine Department of Transportation project that would repave the intersection of Routes 1 and 27 and add a merge lane for southbound traffic.
LincolnHealth employees and project supporters gathered for a dedication of a suicide prevention awareness garden at the hospital’s Miles Campus in Damariscotta on Monday, May 10.
LincolnHealth is currently planning vaccination clinics in Lincoln County schools following state and federal approval of the Pfizer vaccine for ages 12 and up.
Central Maine Power Co. will start work in July to install a temporary “floating road” in Great Salt Bay in Newcastle to gain access to an island for improvements to a transmission line.
For a man who is featured on radio spots for N.C. Hunt Lumber and is the voice of the company, Eben Hunt is a man of few words who prefers to quietly go about his work running heavy equipment at the Jefferson lumberyard.
Local builder Scott Sutter Jr. became Bristol’s second full-time fire chief effective Saturday, May 1, succeeding Paul Leeman Jr. in the role.
Though vaccination options in Lincoln County are expanding, COVID-19 cases continue to climb, with 63 new cases identified in Lincoln County residents in the past week, up from 59 the week prior.