After a few years of modified plans, Villages of Light took to Damariscotta and Newcastle with its traditional slate of events on Saturday, Nov. 25.
Close to a month after the original removal date, the Lincoln Academy belfry and bell were removed from the school by a crane the morning of Friday, Oct. 6, bringing administrators an unexpected revelation about a piece of the school’s history.
Lincoln Academy has started the process to retain its New England Association of Schools and Colleges accreditation, something the Newcastle town academy must complete every 10 years in order to receive state and local funding.
The removal of Lincoln Academy’s bell tower has been delayed from its original date of Saturday, Sept. 9.
The Lincoln Academy bell tower, a beloved piece of the town academy’s history, is set to be removed Saturday, Sept. 9 due to structural concerns. School administration has launched the Save the Bell campaign to raise funds to restore the bell tower and the traditional bell ringing that marks athletic success and other campus celebrations.
A Nobleboro man provided the crucial first link during an emergency call in June, successfully performing CPR on a 64-year-old man at Duck Puddle Campground.
A fishing trip gone horribly wrong will play out on the big screen, as filmmaker Lucas McNelly premieres “Up Country” at The Waldo Theatre on Tuesday, June 6.
After six years of being purposefully portable, Hearty Roots is looking to find its permanent home, kicking off a $1.5 million capital campaign to purchase a campus for mindful adventures.
Administrators in the Central Lincoln County School System have proposed the exploration of a comprehensive restructuring of the district in an effort to reduce inefficiencies and inconsistencies.
I’ve long been a fan of the Damariscotta River Grill. Between the happy hour deals to the meal that I’m pretty sure convinced my parents I made the right choice moving to Maine, the River Grill cemented itself near the top of my list of local eats pretty early on.
For the third time in close to two months, an email containing threats of violence forced the closure of Great Salt Bay Community School in Damariscotta.
The new year will bring about many changes, including to the Midcoast real estate industry.
On the list of things I am willing to get up early for, brunch is right near the top. A great deal on books is a very close second.
After polls closed on Tuesday, Nov. 8, it appears the two Senate seats representing Lincoln County will once again be filled with Democrats for another term.
According to Damariscotta native Ryan Gaul, there are fewer differences between comedy and horror than one might think. The 1992 Lincoln Academy graduate and comedy actor known for his roles in “The Last O.G.” and “Between Two Ferns: The Movie” is currently testing this belief, as production on his horror film “McCurdy Point” is underway in Lincoln County.