A science teacher at Wiscasset Middle High School and member of the Edgecomb School Committee hopes to see the Maine Legislature give teachers more influence through a series of bills, although school boards and superintendents oppose the changes.
After 1,000 hours of work by 150 Habitat for Humanity volunteers, a Wiscasset woman has a new modular home at 142 Federal St. in Wiscasset.
From the early 1950s to the mid-1970s, Edgecomb’s Merry Barn was a dance hall where as many as 600 concertgoers would literally make the building shake. Later it was a workshop for a steeplejack business. Now, after months of renovations, the barn is entering a new chapter in its history – as a literacy center.
A Waterville man has been sentenced to 10 years in prison with all but three years suspended, plus four years of probation, for manslaughter in connection with a fatal 2017 collision in Dresden.
Local, state, and federal partners celebrated the completion of their project at Coopers Mills Dam, which will improve fish passage and fire protection, Monday, May 20.
The Chickadee Flea, a shop that sells a combination of new and used furniture and home decor, opened April 25 in the Elm Street Plaza in downtown Damariscotta.
The Lincoln County District Attorney’s Office has dismissed criminal charges against a former state legislator in exchange for his participation in a restorative justice program.
Edgecomb voters voted down proposals to allow marijuana businesses and debated education and harbor issues during a five-hour-plus annual town meeting Saturday, May 18.
An electrical fire at a Boothbay Harbor apartment building early Saturday, May 18 displaced seven people, but all escaped the building safely.
Two Amish businessmen have opened Whitefield Metal Sales, a manufacturer of metal roofing, siding, and trim, at 69 Mills Road in Whitefield.
The town of Alna will list the old town office and 2 acres of land for $130,000, for sale by owner, as soon as possible.
A Boothbay man who attempted to shoot another man in Edgecomb and burned down a house in Boothbay in 2017 was sentenced to two years in jail Monday, May 13 for attempted murder and arson.
A Whitefield author and small-business owner uses her experiences as a photographer and former lighthouse keeper to connect people with nature.
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.