The mounting of the Washington School’s original weather vane on Thursday, Aug. 18 brought the historic Round Pond schoolhouse one step closer to the completion of a major renovation.
The Colonial Pemaquid State Historic Site in Pemaquid was transported back in time Saturday and Sunday, July 30 and 31 as re-enactors showed visitors what life was like for 17th century Pemaquid during an annual encampment.
New York Times bestselling author Tess Gerritsen will come to the Skidompha Public Library in Damariscotta on Thursday, Aug. 11 at 10 a.m. to discuss her newest novel, “Playing with Fire.”
A new species has invaded Lincoln County, causing people of all ages to search the county and catch them all. But only those with a smartphone or tablet can see them – Pokemon.
More than 80 farms throughout the state of Maine opened their barn doors to the public for Open Farm Day on Sunday, July 24. The annual event gives the public an opportunity to learn about agriculture, tour local farms, and enjoy fun activities ranging from pony rides to blueberry picking to alpaca wool spinning lessons.
U.S. Sen. Angus King toured Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences in East Boothbay on Friday, July 15 during its annual open house and spoke with scientists about current oceanic and climate change research.
Anyone looking for Wiscasset’s famous lobster ice cream – and 25 other flavors of homemade ice cream – now needs to venture to the Waterfront Pier, as QT’s Ice Cream Parlor has moved to a new location at 2 Water St.
A new science summer camp for grades four through six at Bristol Consolidated School is using fun activities to give young students a head start on science. Eight students will meet each Thursday in July, with activities led by science teacher Kevin Crafts. The activities, from 4-H National Youth Science Day booklets, range from building […]
When David and Summer Galvis moved to Boothbay Harbor last year, they quickly fell in love with a quaint ice cream stand, Sarah’s Scoops. But as Summer and her two oldest children are lactose-intolerant, their ice-cream options were limited.
The Newcastle Board of Selectmen set the town’s 2016 mil rate at $18.05 during its Monday, July 10 meeting. The rate is the same as the previous year’s rate.
The rainy weekend didn’t dampen Dresden residents’ spirits during the annual Dresden Summerfest on Sunday, July 10 at the Pownalborough Court House.
An invasive moth is on the rise throughout parts of Maine, including Lincoln County, according to local scientists and doctors.
Maine Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap presented a centennial award to The Bristol Village Improvement Society in front of the Bristol Mills water trough June 22.
Round Pond’s mornings just became a lot more energized thanks to the opening of Round Pond Coffee on Monday, June 27. Located on Route 32 across the street from the Granite Hall Store, Round Pond Coffee aims to be a new local hang-out spot.
Round Pond’s waterfront restaurant has expanded its menu to include a popular new option: Sunday brunch.