With two harvests under their belts, the Lincoln County Gleaners are expanding their food security-focused mission from seasonal to year-round.
Fire destroyed a vacant double-wide mobile home at 21 Taryn Drive, off Call’s Hill Road, in Dresden the afternoon of Monday, Nov. 25.
The owners of a Newcastle clothing and home goods business are launching a new division: Citizen Maine.
A lot of memories can be made in a century, from serving in the armed forces to finding a passion for bowling to holding positions in town government many people don’t know exist. In 100 years, Kenneth Chaney did it all.
A longtime professional in the education field started his new position as special education director with the Wiscasset School Department on Oct. 15.
Plans for a seasonal eat-in and takeout restaurant on Route 1 in Edgecomb have fallen through.
A new generation has taken over the management of Peapod Jewelry in Edgecomb.
The chaplain of the Edgecomb Fire Department blessed the department’s new truck during a ceremony Sunday, Nov. 3.
Although work continues on a few parts of the project, a large crowd gathered Thursday, Oct. 31 in pouring rain to celebrate the near-completion of the Head Tide Dam modification project.
“If we still didn’t have the right to vote, it sure would be a different country,” Beth Maxwell said, imagining what that country would look like while standing on the Wiscasset common Tuesday, Nov. 5.
Two men were treated and released at Maine Medical Center in Portland after a rollover on Middle Road in Dresden the afternoon of Monday, Nov. 4.
A Pilates studio has moved from Boothbay Harbor to downtown Damariscotta, where it offers private and semi-private sessions on the second floor of the Weatherbird building.
A pair of lifelong friends from Bristol found freedom in hiking an average of 20 miles a day – 352 football fields of all kinds of terrain – for six months this year.
Bluefields Farm, of Whitefield, will receive a conservation award next month for practices that include a successful initiative to attract wild bees and other pollinators to its blueberry fields.