I want to share a brief personal reflection on retiring Bristol Fire Chief Paul Leeman Jr.
A fire in the bar area at Aunt Gin’s Restaurant in Whitefield early Saturday, May 1 has closed the business, but there were no injuries and the structure remains intact.
A prosecutor is seeking to revoke bail for a former Damariscotta man accused of sexually assaulting a child, citing the man’s recent arrest on three counts of violating bail conditions.
The three defendants in a Waldoboro kidnapping case allegedly beat a Warren man unconscious over $800 and a drug-related disagreement.
The fourth and final defendant has been sentenced in a case involving fentanyl trafficking in Wiscasset and an out-of-state supplier setting a Richmond house on fire in a debt-collecting attempt.
As of Feb. 1, Lincoln County has a K-9 team of its own for the first time in six months.
A Chelsea man has been indicted in connection with the fatal overdose of a Waldoboro man who died outside a Whitefield store in April 2020.
The Damariscotta Police Department has arrested a 27-year-old Edgecomb man on three charges of felony sex crimes against two children.
Damariscotta’s newest patrol officer brings two careers worth of experience, as a veteran of the U.S. Air Force and of law enforcement in South Carolina.
The Lincoln County News is mourning the loss of reporter Candy Congdon. Candy, 78, died unexpectedly at home in Round Pond on Thursday, Feb. 11.
I hope you enjoy Bisi Cameron Yee’s piece on Best Thai in Damariscotta.
Last week in this space, we were celebrating the addition of two new correspondents. This week, we mourn the loss of one of our longest-tenured correspondents: Mark Biscoe, author of the history column “Waldoboro Wanderings.”
Police arrested a Wiscasset couple the morning of Friday, Dec. 11 in connection with an armed robbery at Maxwell’s Market in Wiscasset two weeks earlier.
I shop local, among other reasons, because I think about the businesses I would miss if they were no more, like Sherman’s Maine Coast Book Shop in Damariscotta.
A 51-year-old Damariscotta man serving 17 years at the Maine State Prison for gross sexual assault died early Thanksgiving Day.