No injuries were reported after an airplane crashed into a swamp near Woodchuck Way in Jefferson the evening of Saturday, June 23.
Newcastle voters approved a $1 million line of credit for roadwork, as well as the municipal budget, during annual town meeting Monday, June 18.
Damariscotta residents approved a land transfer for a fire training facility and rejected an attempt to restrict the use of electronic signs in the C2 district during the annual town meeting Wednesday, June 13.
Calvin and Marjorie Dodge, of Damariscotta, were given two honors Wednesday, June 13 at Damariscotta’s annual town meeting: one planned, one a surprise.
Hundreds of people celebrated the life of Isabelle Manahan at the Damariscotta River Association’s Great Salt Bay Farm in Damariscotta on a sunny Thursday morning, June 14.
The Friends of Colonial Pemaquid, a volunteer organization that promotes Colonial Pemaquid’s historical significance, was started by “three powerful women” 25 years ago, in October 1993, according to 95-year-old founding member Bob Howell.
Isabelle Manahan’s bright smile and ability to bring joy to others were mentioned often during a candlelight vigil honoring her life Monday, June 11.
Newcastle residents approved the comprehensive plan with a 391-180 vote Tuesday, June 12.
The Newcastle Board of Selectmen will ask the Maine Department of Transportation to evaluate the speed limits on six town roads after receiving a letter from 8-year-old Max Blake about speeding on Timber Lane.
Newcastle voters will decide whether to authorize the selectmen to open a $1 million line of credit for repairs to Academy Hill and North Newcastle roads during annual town meeting Monday, June 18.
A portable toilet at Osier’s Wharf in South Bristol was set on fire early Friday, June 1, according to South Bristol Fire Chief Mark Carrothers.
The Damariscotta Planning Board will hold a public hearing on a proposal to open a medical cannabis, or marijuana, caregiver’s storefront in downtown Damariscotta next month.
Eight months after a devastating fire at 50 Main St. in Newcastle, a new building is nearly complete on the footprint of the old.
A first-ever three-day celebration of Damariscotta region oysters will seek to cement the area’s reputation as the “Napa of oysters,” an organizer says.