The residents of 10 Lincoln County homes benefited from the efforts of more than 100 “neighbors helping neighbors keeping their homes safe, warm, and dry” during the annual Community Cares Day on Saturday, Sept. 7.
The Dresden Elementary School Dragons have a new look for their mascot and a new school sign, all through the efforts of a fifth-grader and her mother.
New Wiscasset Police Chief Larry Hesseltine is already looking for ways to get himself and the department more involved in the community after starting work Sept. 4.
Two new businesses will open in the former Wiscasset Old General Store in mid-September: a shop for gourmet coffee and smoothies and a dealer of Maine- and New England-made products.
New Wiscasset Middle High School Principal Charles Lomonte started work Aug. 28. During an interview on his second day, the veteran administrator discussed his goals, including to welcome sixth-graders into the building and bring “cohesion” to the school.
The Wiscasset woman under indictment on a charge of depraved indifference murder in connection with the death of 4-year-old Kendall Chick waived her right to a jury trial during a court appearance in Knox County the morning of Thursday, Aug. 30.
An online fundraiser aims to help a Bremen man with terminal cancer complete his family’s home.
An insurance agent with almost 50 years of experience at two agencies in Damariscotta will retire Sept. 14.
A student at Wiscasset Middle High School recently presented the school resource officer with a handmade gift, an expression of gratitude for his work to keep her safe from bullying at school.
The former Wiscasset Primary School is for sale again.
Charles Lomonte was hired as Wiscasset Middle High School’s principal Friday, Aug. 17. He will start work Tuesday, Aug. 28.
The Wiscasset Water District celebrated the completion of an 11-year, $8.8 million project to replace about 35,000 feet of century-old waterlines with a valve-turning ceremony Monday, Aug. 13.
In March 2017, three Amish families moved into Whitefield. Today, the population has quadrupled. The town is home to 13 Amish families, about 50 people in all, and another family is on its way.
The new principal of Whitefield Elementary School, whose predecessor resigned amid a community outcry about the school’s response to bullying, left his previous school amid criticism about bullying and sexual harassment by seventh-grade boys.