As schools closed and parents scrambled to find child care, at least one day care owner in Lincoln County expected to be “overrun” with requests for care. But with parents out of work and others working from home, demand has plummeted instead.
There was no ferry; there were no cars. When Verlie Greenleaf was born, the Westport Island of today was a world away.
Wiscasset Family Health is open in a new location after consolidating its practice from two buildings into one.
Despite challenges and risks, nurses at LincolnHealth’s Miles Campus remain hopeful and upbeat as they test patients for the coronavirus and prepare for an outbreak.
Lincoln County businesses and organizations are offering assistance, such as delivery of resources and welfare checks, while residents are in quarantine due to the coronavirus.
Although Lincoln County schoolchildren are out of school due to the coronavirus response, schools and community organizations continue to feed students who need it through delivery and pickup programs.
At a coronavirus-shortened annual town meeting Saturday, March 21, Alna voters approved enough of the warrant to keep their government running, while a selectman decried what he called a “secret campaign” to unseat another selectman.
Alna will hold an abbreviated version of its annual town meeting Saturday, March 21 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Whitefield has postponed its annual town meeting until further notice due to concerns about the coronavirus.
In between working as the Edgecomb tax collector and volunteering her time as a member of the Edgecomb Historical Society, a resident spends her time making quilts and putting them on display.
Prosecutors in the Kendall Chick case defended the conviction of Shawna L. Gatto for depraved indifference murder in a Feb. 19 appeal brief.
As restaurant-quality meal options dwindle during Midcoast winters, Broad Arrow Farm in Bristol is filling the void with a new meal club.
Wiscasset businessman Gregory Lemar, 59, died in a snowmobile crash on Moosehead Lake the evening of Sunday, Feb. 23.
With help from local volunteers, the county’s law enforcement agencies and the Lincoln County Communications Center are offering a new service that involves daily check-ins on disabled and elderly residents.
The new proprietors of the former Ship’s Chow Hall, on Route 1 in Wiscasset, are reinventing the restaurant as The Hot Spot Diner, serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner.