After one person at Windsor Elementary School tested positive for COVID-19 and a separate probable case was identified, all four RSU 12 schools switched to remote learning from Friday, Oct. 2 through Tuesday, Oct. 6.
The candidates for Maine House District 88 discuss how to help small businesses and address climate change in a forum that will air at 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 2 on Lincoln County Television.
State Rep. Jeffrey Evangelos, I-Friendship, was the sole participant in the Maine House District 91 forum set to air on Lincoln County Television at 8 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 1.
The candidates for Maine House District 89 discuss Maine’s need for affordable housing and the state’s reopening plan in a forum set to air on Lincoln County Television at 8 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 30.
The candidates for Maine House District 87 discuss Maine’s income tax and police reform in a forum set to air on Lincoln County Television at 8 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 29.
Dresden’s Freedom Center will no longer provide transitional housing or focus on addiction recovery after a transfer of ownership to Oakland-based Kingdom Life Church. Instead, the building will facilitate marriage retreats and other events.
Back-to-school season is always a little nerve-wracking for students and their families, as they wonder what their new teachers will be like and shop for long lists of supplies. This year, that anxiety was amplified as schools had to rethink their usual routines to keep students and staff safe during the coronavirus pandemic.
The owners of a medical cannabis retail shop and cultivation facility in Gardiner want to move into an existing barn and build greenhouses on Gardiner Road in Dresden, near the Pittston town line.
Michael Lemelin, R-Chelsea, is running to represent Maine House District 88, which includes Chelsea, Jefferson, Whitefield, and part of Nobleboro.
Chris Hamilton, D-Whitefield, is running to represent Maine House District 88, which includes Chelsea, Jefferson, Whitefield, and part of Nobleboro.
The Deck House School, a private boarding school for teenage boys in Edgecomb, recently sold after sitting empty for two years.
Joe and Alison Elder, dealers of nautical antiques, art, and furniture, have moved their business, Skipjack Marine Gallery, to Round Pond after 17 years in Virginia.
Edgecomb voters will consider the 2020-2021 education budget again, with a few changes, in a referendum vote Thursday, Oct. 15.
A lot can be accomplished in 100 years, and Edgecomb resident Roslyn Strong is proof.