State Rep. Michael G. “Mick” Devin, D-Newcastle, has been on medical leave from the Legislature since Feb. 5 while seeking and undergoing treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder related to his military service.
Twenty-one voters from Bremen, Newcastle, and Damariscotta, including the seven members of the Great Salt Bay School Committee, approved the Great Salt Bay Consolidated School District’s $6,099,967.08 budget during the district’s annual budget meeting Wednesday, May 8.
Coastal Rivers Conservation Trust moved into its new headquarters in a restored 131-year-old farmhouse at Round Top Farm on April 22.
The Damariscotta Board of Selectmen voted 3-1 on May 1 to approve draft regulations for medical and recreational marijuana businesses, which will go to public hearings before a townwide referendum vote in November.
The town of Damariscotta and LincolnHealth will split the cost for reconstruction of Miles Street and construction of a sidewalk on the street.
Lincoln County Television has a new look at its Newcastle office and studio and an even newer lineup of regular programming coming up in the near future.
Twin Villages Church has been born again in a new and roomy Damariscotta building, moving across town just in time for Easter Sunday.
The Damariscotta Board of Selectmen agreed to ban the sale of marijuana edibles Wednesday, April 17, during a workshop on regulations for recreational marijuana businesses.
Lincoln Academy’s $800,000-plus in budget cuts for the 2018-2019 school year were the result of staff reductions and debt consolidation, among other factors, according to the school.
Hagar Enterprises Inc., of Damariscotta, recently received a statewide award for its work on the Boothbay roundabout project.
Lincoln Academy’s recent response to a request for financial information from AOS 93 shows an $843,353 reduction in its budget from last year to this year and reveals that the school will not continue its much-debated Eagle Term.
The Newcastle Board of Selectmen floated the idea of having a town manager instead of a town administrator Monday, April 8.