This big life is made up of little things, and no one knows that better than Steve Masters, a Round Pond native and president of precision component supplier Masters Machine Co. on Lower Round Pond Road.
The Midcoast has drawn tradesmen and industry because of its natural resources, but, for artists, there is an intangible quality to what exactly makes this coast so alluring.
Rain held off as students, teachers, and community members gathered on the Bristol Consolidated School playground on Tuesday, June 13, to watch as the Bristol School Committee hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for building renovations and structural additions.
When passing through the Twin Villages there are a few certainties: the rise and fall of the Damariscotta River, tourists calling the town “Duh-mar-iscotta,” and then, running into Matt Peters.
South Bristol School’s Great Maine Book Tournament team, composed of eight students ranging from sixth to eighth grade, became state champions on Wednesday, May 24 after competing virtually with teams from across Maine.
Friends and family of Lincoln Academy’s class of 2023 crowded into the Nelson Bailey gymnasium the afternoon of Friday, June 2 to watch as 150 students crossed the stage and received their diplomas.
Waldoboro’s Memorial Day parade, sponsored by the American Legion Charles C. Lilly Post No. 149, took place on the cloudless morning of Monday, May 29.
Great Salt Bay Community School’s annual bike rodeo took place on Thursday, May 25, with bike giveaways, obstacle courses and safety education.