In a near-unanimous vote, 156 Wiscasset residents approved the parks and recreation budget during a special town meeting Thursday, Sept. 17. Although voters had approved the same budget at the annual town meeting by referendum Sept. 8, Thursday’s vote was necessary to resolve an error on the ballot.
A Westport Island man wants to convert the Maine Heritage Village property, on Route 1 in Wiscasset, into the Maine Tasting Center — an educational campus focused on Maine food and drink, complete with a museum in the Judi’s Country Store building and a tasting room in the Lighthouse Restaurant.
The soon-to-open Westport Island History Center offered townspeople a sneak peek at the space Sunday, Sept. 13.
The town of Wiscasset will use contingency funds to keep the Wiscasset Community Center open until it can hold a new vote to correct an error on the ballot for the recent annual town meeting by referendum.
Wiscasset voters will choose among six candidates to fill three seats on the board of selectmen Tuesday, Sept. 8.
Lincoln County dedicated a memorial Tuesday, Aug. 4 to law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty.
Lobsterman’s Wharf in East Boothbay will reopen Thursday, Aug. 6, with a new open-air bar and dining area that makes the long-standing restaurant unlike any other in Lincoln County.
During the fourth vote on the question in 37 years, Westport Island voters accepted a section of North End Road as a town way during annual town meeting Saturday, July 18.
Dennis Simmons, director of the Wiscasset Ambulance Service since February 2019, will be Wiscasset’s next town manager.
Two Bridges Regional Jail will cut 15 positions within the next two months due to a loss of revenue from boarding arrangements with other counties and a decline in population amid COVID-19.
Wiscasset Elementary School has come up with a unique way to engage students on the weekends, as they look for their pal Wolfie – a puppet they know from music class.
Carl M.P. Larrabee Agency Inc., the 105-year-old insurance firm in downtown Wiscasset, sold to J. Edward Knight & Co. on May 1.
The soon-to-open Barnhouse Grill & Pub in Wiscasset may start life as a 1950s-style drive-in.
Wiscasset Middle High School eighth grader Sullivan “Sully” Joyce is busy during the pandemic, juggling schoolwork with around-the-clock production of mask extenders, or “ear savers,” for health care workers. Sully, during a phone interview Saturday, April 25, said he was motivated to act when he learned that, due to a shortage of N95 masks, health […]
The Wiscasset Board of Selectmen, in a special meeting Tuesday, March 31, voted to delay the annual town meeting by referendum until it is safe to proceed.