The new director of emergency medical services in Wiscasset brings 17 years of experience with public and private EMS providers, much of it in Knox and Waldo counties.
Wiscasset’s outgoing town manager says the town made significant progress toward important goals during her 4 1/2-year tenure, including the cleanup of Mason Station and the negotiation of an easement necessary to protect the town’s airport.
A developer plans to demolish the former Huber’s Market, on Route 1 in Wiscasset, and build a new store in its place.
After nearly 17 years and eight town managers, John O’Connell is coming back to Wiscasset to serve as interim town manager.
A Woolwich woman who currently works as an associate planner for the town of Old Orchard Beach will become Lincoln County’s first new county planner in more than 20 years.
Westport Island Fire Chief Stacey Hutchison will mark a year on the job Feb. 1.
Wiscasset Town Manager Marian Anderson will resign effective Feb. 8 after four-plus years in the role. She is leaving for a position as town manager of Houlton, in Aroostook County.
U.S. Coast Guard veteran Thomas Nelson, of Damariscotta, is the new director of the Lincoln County Communications Center.
Lulu’s Barn, on Westport Island, has become a popular stop for islanders and visitors to the island, for coffee, gifts, and music nights, as well as a unique experience: yoga classes with the business’s resident alpacas.
Three business partners are restoring the former Musical Wonder House, on High Street in Wiscasset village, to its past grandeur.
A new group has formed to promote downtown Wiscasset during and after the Maine Department of Transportation’s construction project.
The Maine Department of Transportation has demolished Haggett’s Garage, the 102-year-old Water Street office building at the center of much debate in Wiscasset the last two years.
The Maine Department of Transportation expected a subcontractor to start work on the demolition of Haggett’s Garage in Wiscasset on Wednesday, Sept. 5.
The Wiscasset Planning Board heard about plans for a new tavern on Main Street and a new bed-and-breakfast on High Street on Monday, Aug. 27.