The new White Owl restaurant at Wawenock Golf Club in Walpole is on a mission to bring a “rustic Italian revival to the Midcoast.”
A fire that started early Friday, July 5 in a storage shed at 475 Benner Road in Bristol quickly spread to two vehicles and a house before being contained by firefighters.
Firefighters from several Lincoln County towns responded to a fire at a building near the intersection of Route 1 and Route 220 in Waldoboro early Sunday, July 7.
Skidompha Library has a new executive director in Matthew Graff, who made the move from New York to Newcastle in May to lead the award-winning team at Skidompha.
The South Bristol Fire Department credits aid from neighboring departments with containing a fire at 1822 State Route 129 to one room Monday, July 1.
Paul LePage, the former two-term Republican governor of Maine, may be working as a bartender at McSeagull’s Restaurant in Boothbay Harbor, but he says he is “not out of the game yet” and is still considering a run for governor in 2022.
The Community Energy Fund of Lincoln County is launching a new program to upgrade and replace failing heating systems in local homes, with a $50,000 gift to jump-start the work.
Salty Boyz Food Truck, the new rolling restaurant from the owner of The Contented Sole and the SS Minnow snack shack at Pemaquid Beach, officially opened for business at Popham Beach State Park on Saturday, June 22.
Nearly 50 people turned out at The Second Congregational Church in Newcastle on Thursday, June 20 to discuss how Lincoln County residents can help Portland deal with the recent influx of asylum-seekers into the city.
Damariscotta voters have approved a lease of its former landfill that will enable the construction of a solar array.
The first phase of a three-phase plan to restore and revitalize the historic Waldo Theatre is nearly complete and volunteers hope to reopen the theater by next fall and see it become a thriving cultural center in the village.
Newcastle voters approved a $2 million line of credit for a full rebuild of Academy Hill Road during annual town meeting in the Lincoln Academy Alumni Dining Commons on Monday, June 17.
Damariscotta voters approved all 44 articles on the warrant for annual town meeting by a wide margin, including a 4.2% increase in municipal spending and a new subdivision ordinance.
A vibrant and colorful new mural on the Newcastle-facing side of S. Fernald’s Country Store now greets all who enter downtown Damariscotta.