The Alna Planning Board voted 4-0 on Tuesday, July 7 to reconsider its decision on the Golden Ridge Sportsman’s Club project.
The Alna Planning Board denied Jeff Spinney’s application for a shoreland zoning permit Monday, June 29, but Spinney will ask the board to reconsider.
A Fourth of July cruise will replace the traditional Fourth of July parade in Whitefield this year.
A local musician and teacher has seen support from the community, including an online fundraiser that has brought in more than $65,000, after a fire destroyed her Damariscotta home Saturday, June 27.
Gail Beck joked that she knew it was time to retire when she started getting the grandchildren of former students.
The typical end-of-school routine for a high school junior involves SATs, spring sports, prom, and final exams.
Connor McLean was good at most things.
He was a soccer player, a champion of Wii bowling, and a master of the playground game four square. He was a music aficionado who could play guitar, bass, drums, and keyboards. To his friends, he was a leader – cool, calm, talented, and tough. He always felt like family.
The Alna Planning Board plans to vote Monday, June 29 on a shoreland zoning permit necessary to build a boat ramp and dock on the Sheepscot River.
The Alna Planning Board intends to vote Tuesday, June 23 on whether to approve a shoreland zoning permit necessary to build a boat ramp and dock on the Sheepscot River.
Forty-four seniors graduated from Wiscasset Middle High School on Friday, June 12 in a drive-in ceremony at Wiscasset Speedway.
The three candidates for the Democratic nomination in Maine House District 90 and one candidate for county commissioner talked about policing reform, access to health care, and prospects for post-COVID-19 economic recovery during a forum Tuesday, June 9.
The Golden Ridge Sportsman’s Club does not constitute a business under the town’s building code ordinance, the Alna Board of Selectmen decided Wednesday, June 10.
Alna will have a new snowplowing contractor for at least the next three years, and will pay less for the service.
Alna Second Selectman Doug Baston clashed with critics of a proposal to build a waterfront facility for a sportsman’s club on the Sheepscot River during a selectmen’s meeting Wednesday, June 3.
Peaceful protests of racial injustice and police brutality have grown in Newcastle and spread to Wiscasset.