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.
A single-wide mobile home at 45 Orff Road in Jefferson burned down early New Year’s Day. The sole resident was not home.
Tarbox Farm in Westport Island has expanded to include Sasanoa Brewing, an organic brewery that uses Maine farm-grown ingredients.
Midcoast Humane’s Edgecomb campus, known for being a full-service animal shelter since 1987, has stopped on-site adoption but will continue to service towns via off-site pop-up adoption events called “mobile events.”
A Wiscasset native who has earned accolades for his work on special effects in Hollywood blockbusters now hopes to direct a film of his own.
Nearly all of the 60-plus Dresden residents at a special town meeting Monday, Dec. 10 voted to approve the purchase of a 1994 ladder truck and the trade-in of a 1985 fire engine.
A Boothbay Harbor man was not hurt when the pickup truck he was driving rolled over on Route 1 in Edgecomb the morning of Monday, Dec. 10.
Thirteen small businesses will open in Wiscasset on Tuesday, Dec. 11 – each owned and run by an entrepreneur no older than 12.
The building formerly home to Ship’s Chow Hall II in Dresden Mills will become home to Eastern River Childcare.
Dresden Fire Chief Steve Lilly argued for the purchase of a 1994 ladder truck during a public hearing Monday, Nov. 26, but First Selectman Trudy Foss expressed skepticism about the plan.
The founder of The Center for Teaching and Learning will avoid jail time for a series of seven shoplifting incidents if she follows certain conditions for a year.