The story begins about 50 years ago when a Connecticut man saved two men fishing in a canoe that capsized on a lake in early spring. He brought the men to his house and warmed them up with coffee and blankets. Cut to April 2019, those men’s savior was himself rescued when his boat capsized on Damariscotta Lake in Jefferson.
After the success of a pilot program to provide free breakfast to students at Windsor Elementary School, the RSU 12 Board of Directors has voted to continue the program and bring it to other schools.
A Wiscasset Middle High School sixth grader and standout engineering student recently designed and crafted a wheelchair pedal extension for his teacher’s 12-year-old daughter.
A Camden man faces several criminal charges after allegedly trafficking cocaine and driving 75 mph through the 35-mph zone in downtown Wiscasset while under the influence of drugs.
A judge has found Shawna L. Gatto, 44, of Wiscasset, guilty of depraved indifference murder in connection with the December 2017 death of 4-year-old Kendall Chick.
Casey Main, 36, of Wiscasset, will be remembered as a “giving, kind, gentle man” who loved animals and was a “natural athlete” with a passion for disc golf.
Drawing on their family’s experiences with tick-borne diseases, an Edgecomb couple has started a business that offers organic lawn treatments to kill and repel ticks.
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.