Critics of an application to build a boat ramp on the Sheepscot River for use by a sportsman’s club are asking the Alna Board of Selectmen to order a halt to club operations, but two of the three selectmen have recused themselves from the matter.
The Alna Planning Board and a planning consultant are soliciting public comment on the latest draft of bylaws for the board.
Former one-term state Rep. Tim Marks, D-Pittston, will challenge three-term state Rep. Jeff Hanley, R-Pittston, in Maine House District 87. The district consists of Alna, Pittston, Randolph, and Wiscasset.
Lincoln Academy and Wiscasset Middle High School have plans in place for unique graduation ceremonies, while Boothbay Region High School and Medomak Valley High School have yet to make decisions.
Spear Farms will honor a former employee of its Nobleboro stand, who recently died of COVID-19 in Florida, by renaming the peanut butter fudge it makes with her recipe.
A 77-year-old seasonal resident of Edgecomb who was an officer on the town’s volunteer fire department died of complications from COVID-19 on April 19. Family and fellow firefighters remember him for his knowledge and spirit of volunteerism.
The Wiscasset Ambulance Service, with a combination of private and public funds, will buy a CPR device to protect its personnel from exposure to the coronavirus.
Bristol resident Gina Rayburn recently celebrated her 100th birthday with a mobile party to meet guidelines for physical distancing.
Former two-term state Rep. Stephanie Hawke, R-Boothbay Harbor, will challenge state Rep. Holly Stover, D-Boothbay, this fall after losing her seat to Stover in 2018.
Lincoln County school districts are taking a variety of approaches to distance learning while school is out due to the coronavirus.
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.