The Alna Board of Selectmen, on Wednesday, Aug. 12, declined a request from residents to change the rules for public comment in order to allow more informed participation.
Edgecomb Eddy School students and faculty will return to school in person four days a week, with a start date of Tuesday, Sept. 8.
Dresden Elementary School will use a combination of in-person and online instruction when it reopens, pending approval from the RSU 2 Board of Directors.
Whitefield artist Manda Hard uses painting to inspire self-love and empowerment. Now, during the COVID-19 pandemic, she is using her art to shine a light on health care workers.
RSU 12 schools will reopen for in-person instruction this fall, but families can opt for distance learning instead, according to a July 30 letter from Superintendent Howard Tuttle.
First-term Lincoln County Judge of Probate William Avantaggio, D-Bremen, faces a reelection challenge from Meegan Burbank, I-Jefferson.
A small barn burned down in the Christmas Cove area of South Bristol early Saturday, Aug. 1.
The Alna Planning Board upheld its decision to deny Jeff Spinney’s application for a shoreland zoning permit in two tie votes Monday, July 27.
Whitefield voters passed all but one of the articles on the warrant at annual town meeting, Saturday, July 18.
Alna First Selectman Melissa Spinney will take a 45-day leave of absence, effective immediately, due to what she calls “harassment” of town officials.
The Alna Planning Board voted 4-0 on Tuesday, July 7 to reconsider its decision on the Golden Ridge Sportsman’s Club project.
Dresden Third Selectman Allan Moeller will face a challenge from former First Selectman Dale Hinote on Tuesday, July 14.
Four candidates are running to fill the position of first selectman in Dresden, after Trudy Foss resigned with a year left in her term.
Whitefield will elect town officials and vote on the RSU 12 budget at the polls Tuesday, July 14, then will vote on the municipal budget during an open town meeting Saturday, July 18.