By day, Michael Henderson is the administrative assistant for the town of Dresden. After work, he trades in his loafers for a pair of roller skates and competes in the high-speed, physical game of roller derby, going by the skate name Hurry Kaine.
The nonprofit Lincoln County Dental Inc. closed on the former location of Wiscasset Dental on Monday, April 15, and plans to open a low-income dental clinic within a year.
The new Alna town office, behind the old one on Route 218, is open for business as of Tuesday, April 16.
The Edgecomb Fire Department’s new “fast-attack” truck is in service as of the night of Monday, April 15.
Shawna L. Gatto’s ex-husband, son, and others testified in her defense Monday, April 8, the final day of her trial in connection with the death of 4-year-old Kendall Chick. The judge is expected to deliver a verdict April 30.
The Maine Department of Health and Human Services checked on Kendall Chick just once in about three years between her placement with her grandfather and his fiancee and the girl’s death in December 2017.
Stephen Hood, of Wiscasset, the grandfather of 4-year-old homicide victim Kendall Chick, testified about the toddler’s injuries and their possible causes on the third day of his fiancee’s trial, Wednesday, April 3.
While two medical experts disagree on the timing of a fatal abdominal injury to a 4-year-old Wiscasset girl, they agree she was a victim of child abuse.
During the first day of the trial of Shawna Lyn Gatto, charged with depraved indifference murder in connection with the death of 4-year-old Kendall Chick, prosecutors presented photos of the girl’s numerous injuries. Gatto, in a recording of an interview with police, blamed the injuries on the girl’s clumsiness.
The bench trial of Shawna L. Gatto, the Wiscasset woman charged with depraved indifference murder in connection with the December 2017 death of 4-year-old Kendall Chick, is underway at the Capital Judicial Center in Augusta.
The Whitefield Library has five months to raise $25,000 to buy the Arlington Grange building from the Maine State Grange.
After the construction of a house too close to Damariscotta Lake in Newcastle and the town’s denials of its attempts to gain approval, a family may have to move the house back 4 feet or take the matter to court.
The estate of a late selectman is offering the town of Dresden $105,281.62 to restore the Eastern River town landing, at the end of Town Landing Road and under the Route 197 bridge.
Alna voters adopted a new false alarm ordinance after much debate at annual town meeting Saturday, March 23.
Current Third Selectman Doug Baston was voted into the second selectman seat on Election Day in Alna Friday, March 22.