The owner of the 66-foot vessel under Wiscasset Harbor admitted to a civil charge of littering at the Lincoln County Courthouse on Monday, June 3.
Heavy mist at the Wiscasset waterfront on Friday, May 17 did not deter work to prepare the Providence for its first sea voyage since arriving in town for repairs last fall.
Longtime Lincoln County Planner Bob Faunce received recognition from the national, state, county, and municipal levels during a retirement party Wednesday, May 15.
Newcastle’s oldest resident, retired U.S. Coast Guard Capt. Eugene Walsh, 102, became the oldest veteran to travel to Washington, D.C. with Honor Flight Maine last month.
Westport Island artist Jerry Day Mason celebrated her 100th birthday with about 150 guests at her home May 4.
The Westport Island Roads Committee says town roads need $1.2 million in maintenance and hopes to accomplish the first $350,000 this year.
The owners of Chewonki Campground and Wiscasset officials signed paperwork to finalize the town’s acquisition of an easement from the campground Wednesday, April 24, after four years of negotiations.
White Pine Home, a new shop for vintage accessories and a variety of other items for the home, will open in Wiscasset on Thursday, May 2.
Almost eight months after an initial presentation to the Wiscasset Planning Board in August 2018, three local businessmen have submitted an application to open a tavern downtown.
The family and many friends of longtime Wiscasset businessman and public servant LeRoy E. “Roy” Farmer gathered at the Wiscasset Community Center on Sunday, April 7 to honor Farmer and reminisce about his life.
The Wiscasset Historic Preservation Commission wants more information before it approves a certificate of appropriateness for work to the exterior of the former Le Garage, which will soon reopen as the Water Street Kitchen and Bar.
After a 23-minute public hearing and further discussion, the Wiscasset Planning Board approved an application to demolish the former Huber’s Market and build a Dollar General store in its place Monday, March 11.
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.