The Wiscasset Board of Selectmen, on Tuesday, Feb. 13, rejected a consent judgment negotiated by attorneys for the town and the Maine Department of Transportation to resolve the town’s lawsuit against the DOT.
February 14 is Valentine’s Day, a day set aside each year to celebrate love, admiration, and friendship with a special person. Richard and Mary Onorato, of Wiscasset, have celebrated that day together for over 60 years.
Westport Island Fire Chief Robert Mooney will resign effective Jan. 31 after serving in the position since 2006.
Update: The Wiscasset Board of Selectmen’s meeting scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 23 has been canceled. The selectmen plan to meet Tuesday, Jan. 30.
There are few people in Wiscasset who don’t know or haven’t at least heard about Tim Merry, a man who has worn many hats in his 58 years of life so far, mostly in Wiscasset. He is a veteran, Wiscasset’s former fire chief, a former selectman, and a volunteer firefighter. He recently retired from the Bath Fire Department after more than 30 years and is planning to take a few months off before embarking on the next journey in his life.
The FIX Marine, Truck, and Auto repair shop opened at 313 Bath Road in Wiscasset on Nov. 18.
The former Hunters Breakfast restaurant on Gardiner Road in Wiscasset will reopen under new management as The Cracked Egg on New Year’s Day.
The Lincoln County Board of Commissioners approved a 2018 county budget of $11,551,815, an increase of $199,969 or 1.76 percent, at the board’s last meeting of 2017 on Tuesday, Dec. 19.
Dollar General hopes to begin construction of a new store at 320 Bath Road in Wiscasset in the spring of 2018 with a goal to open in late fall.
An agreement between the Maine Department of Transportation and the town of Wiscasset will delay the demolition of Haggett’s Garage until at least February.
The Pemaquid Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution celebrated its 85th anniversary Saturday, Nov. 11 in the Head Time home where the chapter was founded Nov. 26, 1932.
Wiscasset voters rejected the Wiscasset Board of Selectmen’s proposal to repeal the historic preservation ordinance, 536-437, on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 7.
The Wiscasset Historic Preservation Commission approved a certificate of appropriateness for the conversion of part of the former Wiscasset Newspaper office, at 47 Gardiner Road, into an office and water laboratory. The rest of the building could become an apartment or another office.
As of last month, the Wiscasset veterans monument contains the names of 10 more veterans, from the Vietnam War to the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.