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.
Opening a new business during a pandemic comes with challenges, but the owners of a new Wiscasset wine bar appreciate the slower pace.
Democratic candidates for local and state offices discussed climate change, health care accessibility, and racial justice at the Lincoln County Democrats’ “Drive-in for Democracy” rally at the Wiscasset Speedway, Sunday, Aug. 30.
Edgecomb voters rejected the 2020-2021 education budget in their annual town meeting by referendum Saturday, Aug. 29.
Former two-term state Rep. Jeffrey Pierce, R-Dresden, hopes to regain his seat in Maine House District 53: Arrowsic, Dresden, Georgetown, Phippsburg, Woolwich, and part of Richmond.
State Rep. Allison Hepler, D-Woolwich, is seeking a second term representing Maine House District 53: Arrowsic, Dresden, Georgetown, Phippsburg, Woolwich, and part of Richmond.
When Aly Spaltro decided to host concerts at her Edgecomb home, she felt like she’d found a loophole to perform live again.
Edgecomb voters will vote on the education and municipal budgets in the annual town meeting by referendum Saturday, Aug. 29. The vote comes as the selectmen urge residents to defeat aspects of the education budget and the school committee defends it as tax-neutral.