High winds the night of Monday, Feb. 25 blew the metal roof off a mobile home and onto two cars at 45 Townhouse Road in Whitefield.
Since becoming Wiscasset’s police chief, Larry Hesseltine has been working to bring the D.A.R.E. program to Wiscasset Elementary School. On March 1, he will bring the program to the fifth-grade class.
An 83-year-old Wiscasset man has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for the sexual assault of a young girl.
An information center and market-cafe will move into the former home of a medical marijuana business on Route 1 in Edgecomb.
A former professional skier and stuntman who lives in Damariscotta turns heads on Maine mountains with his unusual monoski.
Meetinghouse Market, on Route 27 in Dresden, closed about two weeks ago after about 14 years in business. The owner of the market plans to divide the first floor into a commercial space for lease and two apartments.
A former state trooper and former reserve officer and school resource officer with the Wiscasset Police Department has returned to Wiscasset, this time as sergeant.
A panel of local experts on the opioid crisis talked about how the community can help, the stigma around medication-assisted treatment, and local options for treatment Tuesday, Jan. 29.
An unlikely class at Wiscasset Middle High School teaches students to lift fingerprints, research the psychological traits of serial killers, and analyze blood spatter.
A mobile home at 139 Old Sheepscot Road in Wiscasset sustained extensive interior damage in a fire the morning of Wednesday, Jan. 16, but a quick response prevented further damage.
Concord Coach Lines suspended service to Wiscasset as of Jan. 7, according to the bus line’s website.
A Jefferson woman who, along with her daughter, was arrested in October 2017 and charged with selling oxycodone in Knox and Lincoln counties, pleaded guilty to felony trafficking Monday, Jan. 14.
A Lincoln County nonprofit that fixes up about 20-25 houses a year, primarily with donations and volunteer labor, is in search of more projects and more volunteers.
The Clary Lake Association has completed repairs to the Clary Lake Dam that have restored the lake’s water level after several years of low levels and frustration for lakefront property owners.