The long-awaited public restrooms in downtown Damariscotta opened right on schedule and just in time for the Independence Day fireworks show in the municipal parking lot on Sunday, July 4.
COVID-19 case counts continue to stay low in Lincoln County residents, with five new cases of the respiratory illness caused by the coronavirus identified in the past week.
After 15 months of offering strictly window service due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Damariscotta’s S. Fernald’s Country Store reopened to visitors with a new streamlined look on Tuesday, June 22.
Coco and Jesse Martin, owners of Damariscotta’s new plant and lifestyle boutique Wildings, look to inspire customers to personalize their homes with their favorite things, particularly with objects found in the natural beauty of Maine.
Approximately 43 people packed the Round Pond United Methodist Church, known locally as the “White Church,” and reflected on its 168-year history during its final service on Sunday, June 27.
Memphis Lightning, a high-octane blues act praised by Buddy Guy and Jimmie Vaughn, will kick off Lincoln County Television’s summer concert series at the Lakehurst Lodge in Damariscotta at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 1.
There have been three cases of COVID-19 identified in Lincoln County residents in the past two weeks.
An approximately 26-foot-long sunken boat leaking diesel fuel was discovered in the Damariscotta River in Newcastle about 100 feet from several oyster farms the morning of Friday, June 25.
During his 15 years on the Nobleboro School Committee, Josh Hatch helped with the formation of the Central Lincoln County School System, or AOS 93, the hiring of three superintendents, and saw the district through a reboot of its relationship with Lincoln Academy.
Jefferson resident Donna Brooks has served in the charitable Lions Club International for 33 years and has dedicated her life to helping others and giving back.
A Waldoboro woods fire that started on Sunday burned over six acres and was declared “out” by Waldoboro Fire Chief Paul Smeltzer at 5:37 p.m. on Tuesday, June 15.
Lincoln County saw eight new cases of COVID-19 in the past week, the same number of new cases as last week and the lowest counts since the coronavirus began surging last fall.
Central Lincoln County Adult Education graduates celebrated their accomplishment with a song, personalized poems, a toast, and a punch and cake reception at the Lincoln Theater on Tuesday, June 8.
Approximately 1,000 people attended Lincoln Academy’s 143rd commencement ceremony to send off the class of 2021 at the Augusta Civic Center on Friday, June 4.