A Massachusetts man has been sentenced to 18 months for oxycodone possession, but the Maine Attorney General’s Office has dismissed a more serious trafficking charge.
A Warren man has received a $3,000 fine and a 14-day license suspension for a civil violation in connection with a fatal crash in 2012.
Lincoln County firefighters and first responders are calling on property owners to install highly visible address numbers in an effort to speed emergency response times.
The Dresden Board of Appeals will hear the appeal of a Dresden Planning Board decision to issue a permit for a gravel pit March 29.
Lincoln County Commissioner Mary Trescot is seeking a second term.
The Damariscotta Police Department has charged six people with stealing from Hannaford Supermarket in the last month, including five in the span of a week.
Despite support from the governor, frontrunner Donald Trump placed second to U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz in the Lincoln County Republican caucus on Saturday, March 5.
Lincoln County voters gave U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders double the support of former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in presidential voting during the Democratic caucus on Sunday, March 6.
Lincoln Academy plans to unveil a strategic plan this spring.
A parolee from Aroostook County who served 25 years of a life sentence for a 1974 murder there is back in prison for a parole violation stemming from a deer-baiting investigation in Somerville last November.
After a first round of renovations, Le Barn – the event venue at the former Bond Brothers Hardware property in Jefferson – is booking events.
The most recent entry in the Pendergast series of thrillers by Round Pond author Douglas Preston and his longtime writing partner already has their many fans impatiently awaiting the next.
Maine Gov. Paul LePage and First Lady Ann LePage will attend the Lincoln County Republican Committee’s Lincoln Day dinner in Bristol Mills on Feb. 12.
The Dresden Planning Board will hold a public hearing about Dick Condon’s application for a mining permit at Pownalborough Hall at 6:30 p.m. Dec. 15.