Bristol kids are a little safer on the roads this summer thanks to the dedication of a small group of public officials and volunteers.
A local man wanted in connection with a high-speed chase on April 4 allegedly fled police again Saturday, May 18, exceeding 100 mph with two young children in the car.
Rick Simonds belongs to four halls of fame as a basketball coach and player. He will soon enter a fifth, the Maine Basketball Hall of Fame. But for all his success in college hoops, Simonds remembers an elementary school softball championship with Bristol among the high points of his career.
His work stalled by a tremor, a Round Pond man who builds World War II dioramas hopes someone will help him finish one more project.
What makes a good reporter?
I could tell you my theories or I could tell you about Charlotte Boynton.
I listen to sports talk radio almost every day on my commute to and from the office: “The Morning Jab” and “The P.M. Jab” on 96.3 The Big Jab, out of Portland.
Gov. Paul LePage, in his last days in office, pardoned former Rep. Jeffrey K. “Jeff” Pierce, R-Dresden, of a 35-year-old felony conviction for drug trafficking.
From The Lincoln County News, November 1968:
Election Day: Lincoln County backed the Nixon-Agnew ticket on Nov. 5, giving the Republican from California 5,659 votes to 3,378 for Democrat and then-Vice President Hubert Humphrey and 231 for Alabama segregationist and former Gov. George Wallace.
Family, friends, and community leaders remembered Samuel E. “Sam” Roberts as a civic leader and family man during his service at Strong-Hancock Funeral Home in Damariscotta on Thursday, Nov. 15.
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?