Seven candidates to represent Lincoln County towns in the Legislature talked about growing the state’s economy and the minimum wage during a candidates forum in Wiscasset on Thursday, Oct. 4.
The Clary Lake Association plans to take ownership of the Clary Lake Dam on Friday, Oct. 12 and immediately start work to restore the lake’s water level after seven years of legal wrangling.
Lifelong Mainer and Harvard graduate Chloe Maxmin, D-Nobleboro, is attempting to win the House District 88 seat held by term-limited state Rep. Deborah Sanderson, R-Chelsea, for eight years.
“There’s a huge feral cat problem” on Townhouse Road in Whitefield, a county animal control officer told the Whitefield Board of Selectmen on Tuesday, Oct. 2.
A Whitefield woman, her adult son, and their three puppies safely exited the woman’s three-story home at 176 Cooper Road after the outbreak of a small electrical fire the afternoon of Monday, Oct. 1.
Wiscasset School Committee Vice Chair Jason Putnam, D-Wiscasset, is challenging two-term incumbent state Rep. Jeffery Hanley, R-Pittston, in House District 87, which consists of Alna, Pittston, Randolph, and Wiscasset.
State Rep. Jeffery Hanley, R-Pittston, is running for a third term representing House District 87: Alna, Pittston, Randolph, and Wiscasset.
A three-term Woolwich selectman and University of Maine at Farmington history professor is challenging a two-term legislator in House District 53 – Dresden, Arrowsic, Georgetown, Phippsburg, Woolwich, and part of Richmond.
State Rep. Jeffrey Pierce, R-Dresden, hopes to continue to bring his “workingman’s perspective to the State House with a third consecutive term in House District 53.
The residents of 10 Lincoln County homes benefited from the efforts of more than 100 “neighbors helping neighbors keeping their homes safe, warm, and dry” during the annual Community Cares Day on Saturday, Sept. 7.
The Dresden Elementary School Dragons have a new look for their mascot and a new school sign, all through the efforts of a fifth-grader and her mother.
New Wiscasset Police Chief Larry Hesseltine is already looking for ways to get himself and the department more involved in the community after starting work Sept. 4.
Two new businesses will open in the former Wiscasset Old General Store in mid-September: a shop for gourmet coffee and smoothies and a dealer of Maine- and New England-made products.
New Wiscasset Middle High School Principal Charles Lomonte started work Aug. 28. During an interview on his second day, the veteran administrator discussed his goals, including to welcome sixth-graders into the building and bring “cohesion” to the school.