Seamus Gilbert, 18, of Bremen, started his own excavation business early this summer, shortly after his graduation from Lincoln Academy.
Democratic candidate for district attorney Natasha Irving, of Waldoboro, believes community-based restorative justice needs to be a priority in the district.
William “Bill” Blodgett, of Waldoboro, is running for his seventh consecutive term as a county commissioner. He has been on the board for 24 years.
“He will be missed by many, however forgotten by none,” South Bristol School Principal Scott White said of South Bristol School Committee member Donald Edwards, who passed away Aug. 16.
Monhegan’s fire chief and other emergency officials discussed the unique challenges the island faces as it plans for and responds to emergencies during a visit with county officials Monday, Aug. 20.
The cafe at Sherman’s Maine Coast Book Shop in downtown Damariscotta closed Thursday, Aug. 23, but the shop’s owner hopes to find someone to reopen the cafe soon as a separate business.
A Lewiston woman sustained a fractured leg when her motorcycle skidded into a camper on Route 1 in Wiscasset the afternoon of Sunday, Aug. 26.
Members of the FEMA Corps visited Monhegan Island on Monday, Aug. 20 to plan for how the federal government would deliver and distribute supplies in the event of a disaster.
Escape rooms, the game where teams have 60 minutes to solve clues in order to “escape” a themed room, is coming to Damariscotta.
Singing Prairie Farm, on the property of what was previously Dyer’s Valley Farm, on Holstein Lane in North Newcastle, is pasture-raising pigs for market with regenerative agriculture.
A box truck rolled over on Route 1 in Newcastle the morning of Thursday, Aug. 16, spilling about 35 barrels of bait onto the side of the road. Police believe speed and driver inattention were factors in the crash, and charged the driver with giving false information about an accident.
The South Bristol Board of Selectmen reviewed renderings of a new veterans memorial and discussed the use of security cameras at South Bristol School on Thursday, Aug. 9.
LincolnHealth celebrated the completion and upcoming opening of the Herbert and Roberta Watson Health Center with a ribbon-cutting ceremony the evening of Friday, Aug. 10.
Harry Emmons, 101, was recognized as Damariscotta’s eldest resident and presented with the town’s Boston Post Cane on Thursday, July 26.