U.S. Sen. Susan Collins and former Maine Gov. Paul LePage were among the Republican luminaries at the Lincoln County Republican Committee’s annual Lincoln Day fundraiser at The 1812 Farm in Bristol Mills on Saturday, Feb. 22.
The two tenants of a house in Newcastle’s Sheepscot village were able to exit safely when a hot pot of oil on the stove caught the kitchen on fire the afternoon of Wednesday, Feb. 26.
About 14 Damariscotta voters approved the creation of a tax increment financing district in a near-unanimous vote at a special town meeting Wednesday, Feb. 19.
Two hair salons from the Twin Villages have joined forces to form Lavish, a hair salon for men, women, and children, at 19 Sheepscot Road in Newcastle.
After 19 seasons and approximately 18,000 players, the volunteer-run nonprofit Lincoln County Football will cease operations.
The Camden National Bank branch in Camden National Plaza, the new development at 435 Main St. in Damariscotta, will open Monday, March 2.
More than 250 people packed the Wells-Hussey American Legion Post No. 42 in Damariscotta for a bean supper with Sara Gideon, a Democratic candidate to represent Maine in the U.S. Senate, Monday, Feb. 10.
Despite some recent public opposition, a historic preservation ordinance will go to a referendum vote in Damariscotta on Tuesday, March 3.
The Maine Department of Transportation will extend the 30-mph speed limit on Main Street in Damariscotta from the intersection with School Street to the intersection with Back Meadow Road.
The Cable-Burns Applied Technology and Engineering Center at Lincoln Academy in Newcastle sustained heavy water damage after a tree fell onto the building during stormy weather Friday, Feb. 7.
The Lincoln County Board of Commissioners has unanimously approved an abatement of property taxes for “dorm parent” apartments at Lincoln Academy, saying Newcastle may not tax the housing because it contributes to the school’s tax-exempt purpose.
Fourteen homeschooled children from eight families across Lincoln County put their knowledge on display in the atrium of Skidompha Library as part of Homeschooler Cultural Day on Thursday, Jan. 30.
The Damariscotta Planning Board unanimously approved a change of use Monday, Feb. 3 that will allow a fishing tackle shop to open on School Street.
Officer Melodylee Pinkham said she feels right at home in her first patrol job at the Damariscotta Police Department.