More meetings are to come after the Whitefield Cares! initiative to better meet the needs of Whitefield residents energized a group of about 20 people on Thursday, Sept. 26 at Whitefield Elementary School.
“It would cost us $1,000 in stamps to thank everybody,” Michael Smerdon, the father in a Bristol family that lost everything in a July fire, said of the support his family received at a benefit Sunday, Sept. 22.
The Edgecomb Planning Board heard preliminary plans for a seasonal eat-in and takeout restaurant on Route 1, next to Peapod Jewelry, on Thursday, Sept. 19.
A Pemaquid woman on a test drive at Norm’s Used Cars in Wiscasset crashed through the wall of the dealership after confusing the gas and brake pedals Tuesday, Sept. 24.
A new deputy at the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office calls law enforcement his passion and compares landing the job to an athlete getting drafted by a professional team.
A group of five new teachers with various backgrounds and levels of experience started work at Wiscasset Middle High School this year.
An Edgecomb couple has opened Midcoast Craft, a ceramics gallery and working studio that also offers workshops and classes in downtown Wiscasset.
A Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office detective has been promoted to patrol sergeant.
The long tradition of burial at sea may be growing in Maine, where federal waters off Boothbay Harbor and Pemaquid Point often become a final resting place for those who choose this option.
Two Bridges Regional Jail started its medication-assisted treatment and reentry program the week of Aug. 12 with 10 inmates.
The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office promoted a 15-year patrol deputy to patrol sergeant in June.
“I always tell people I’m all about spreading the gospel of good bread. A book is certainly a nice way to do that,” Jim Amaral, owner of Borealis Breads, said of publishing his first book with food writer Cynthia Finnemore Simonds.
Whitefield Elementary School has three new teachers this year, each with extensive experience in the profession.
The Whitefield Roll of Honor, a monument to veterans of World War I and World War II, looks brand new after the local senior men’s group completed repairs in early August.