A Kennebec County man has been sentenced to four years in prison for selling methadone in Waldoboro in October 2017.
We at The Lincoln County News are mourning today the loss of Publisher Emeritus Sam Roberts.
Samuel E. “Sam” Roberts, 87, third-generation publisher of The Lincoln County News from 1966-1992, died at LincolnHealth’s Miles Campus in Damariscotta early Tuesday, Nov. 6.
A former manager accused of embezzling more than $50,000 from the New Harbor convenience store Dee’s Variety has admitted to felony forgery and theft charges.
Enough politics. How about those Red Sox?
The Lincoln County District Attorney’s Office has dismissed a robbery charge as part of a plea deal with a Somerset County man related to an incident in Nobleboro last October.
A lobster boat crashed into the bridge over The Gut in South Bristol during stormy weather Saturday, Oct. 27, damaging the boat and temporarily closing the drawbridge to boat traffic.
A 20-year-old Boothbay Harbor man has pleaded guilty to six charges in connection with an April home invasion in Nobleboro and a high-speed chase from Boothbay to Wiscasset in August.
A former state trooper on probation for sex crimes against a 13-year-old girl was arrested earlier this month after allegedly confessing to contact with minor girls and other probation violations.
A Bristol man who fractured his skull in an April 22 motorcycle crash while wanted by police is out of the hospital and under indictment on 10 counts of felony sex crimes against a minor.
A South Bristol man and former Damariscotta restaurateur with four prior convictions for operating under the influence has received a nine-month jail sentence and 10-year license suspension for his fifth.
District Attorney Jonathan R. Liberman, R-West Bath, is touting his trial experience as he seeks his first full term as top prosecutor in the Midcoast.
A former substitute teacher at Medomak Valley High School in Waldoboro has admitted to assaulting a student. The guilty plea was in exchange for the dismissal of two more charges alleging that he exchanged explicit photos with the minor student.
A transient with a 1984 murder conviction and a “very lengthy criminal history” will return to prison for 1.5 years for stealing cars in Damariscotta.
The Maine Supreme Judicial Court has suspended local attorney Jonathan C. Hull from practicing law in the state, citing misconduct that poses “an imminent threat to clients, the public, and to the administration of justice.”