Crooker Construction LLC, of Topsham, will complete the first phase of Westport Island’s long-term paving plan for $347,516.
A local businessman and former Wiscasset selectman was one of 33 veterans to receive a hero’s welcome upon his return from a trip to Washington, D.C. with Honor Flight Maine.
Representatives of the American Legion and Maine’s congressional delegation gathered at the Legion’s state headquarters in Winslow on Saturday, Sept. 28 to dedicate a new memorial to service members from Maine who went missing in action or were taken as a prisoner of war and remain unaccounted for.
Former Wiscasset Fire Chief Tim Merry and the department’s membership are expressing concern about the town manager’s removal of Fire Chief T.J. Merry – Tim Merry’s son – for his handling of the Huber’s Market training burn.
Lincoln County will erect a memorial at the courthouse to commemorate the sacrifice of local law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty.
Wiscasset Fire Chief T.J. Merry has been removed from his position for his handling of the Huber’s Market training burn Aug. 4.
A new “boutique” bed-and-breakfast with one guest room is now open at 87 Federal St. in Wiscasset.
After several years without a Toys for Tots campaign in Lincoln County, two members of Wiscasset’s Huntoon Hill Grange will take on the challenge this year.
The first female commander of the American Legion post in Waldoboro is a native of Waldoboro and 1972 graduate of Medomak Valley High School who served in the military for nearly 34 years.
Westport Island voters approved the $465,000 first phase of a five-phase paving program, with an amendment to require a competitive bid process, at annual town meeting, Saturday, June 22.
Several people gathered at the Wiscasset waterfront on Wednesday, June 19 to bid farewell to the Providence and its crew. The Providence, built in 1976, is a replica of a Continental Navy sloop once commanded by John Paul Jones. The vessel has been docked at Wiscasset Harbor for repairs since September 2018.
Wiscasset voters opted for experience Tuesday, June 11, reelecting Selectman Katharine Martin-Savage and returning former Selectman Jefferson Slack to the board over newcomer Kim Dolce. Voters also approved a part-time planner and all other warrant articles in the annual town meeting by referendum.
The head administrator of Two Bridges Regional Jail believes a new medication-assisted treatment and reentry program for inmates with addiction can facilitate successful recovery and, with federal grant funds, financially benefit the jail.
The Wiscasset Board of Selectmen agreed to make interim Town Manager John O’Connell the permanent town manager Tuesday, June 4.