The percentage of RSU 12 students attending school in person has risen from 82% at the beginning of the school year to 90%, according to Superintendent Howard Tuttle.
When the COVID-19 pandemic began, many people suddenly found the time to take on new creative projects, from baking to painting. For Whitefield teenager Jacob Rousseau, that project was his debut novella.
Seven years, nine months, and 29 days. That’s how long Amber Young has been a streak runner — meaning she runs every day, without fail.
The Alna Board of Selectmen is considering a draft settlement agreement with Jeff Spinney regarding his application for a boat ramp on the Sheepscot River, but some abutters whose names appear on the document say they will not sign it.
The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office has seen a higher than usual number of fraud reports in 2020, according to Lt. Brendan Kane.
The owners of Seacoast Coffee Co. in Wiscasset started a new venture this month — Birches, a coffee shop and market selling coffee, food, and local goods.
Butter Up Cakes, a gluten-free bakery, cafe, and cider bar, will open in Damariscotta this month after two years in Bangor.
A pop-up restaurant and bar are open in Edgecomb, offering an option for dinner and drinks on the way to Gardens Aglow at the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens in Boothbay.
Dresden has a new town administrator — Michael Faass, of Edgecomb.
After a record 31 new cases of COVID-19 two weeks ago and 29 a week ago, Lincoln County added a comparatively low 15 cases this week.
Edgecomb’s special election to fill a vacancy on the board of selectmen is Saturday, Dec. 5. The polls will be open at the town hall from 1-7 p.m.
The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office is continuing to search for a Wiscasset man after a standoff in Dresden on Saturday, Nov. 28.
Bliss Skin Care, a salon offering facials, manicures, waxing, and more, has moved to Nobleboro after three years in Damariscotta.
The Newcastle-based online store Citizen Maine is moving into a retail space in Damariscotta, which it plans to open in the spring, and expanding its offerings to include furniture and interior design.
The owners of Skip Cahill Tire, at 236 Route 1 in Edgecomb, are selling the property after 31 years in business there.