While more than 7,000 Central Maine Power Co. customers in Lincoln County are without power after a windstorm early Friday, Nov. 1, “a lot of good progress” was made getting roads reopened to traffic, according to Lincoln County Emergency Management Agency Director Casey Stevens.
After serving more than 500 pizzas during a soft opening over Damariscotta Pumpkinfest weekend, Oysterhead Pizza Co. celebrated its grand opening at 189 Main St. in Damariscotta on Thursday, Oct. 17.
If you’re walking down By Way in Boothbay Harbor, don’t be alarmed if you see a group of people huddled outside a bright-yellow building. Chances are they’re likely under the spell of an antique machine pulling strings of taffy in the large window of Downeast Candies.
The Tipsy Butler bed-and-breakfast, at 11 High St. in Newcastle, is under new ownership and once again open for guests.
Ryan Gaul, a Damariscotta native and 1992 graduate of Lincoln Academy who has appeared on TV comedies including “The Last O.G.,” “Superstore,” and “House of Lies,” will return to Lincoln County for the Maine debut of his new short film at the inaugural MidCoast Film Festival.
Founded by a mother-daughter duo with their husbands in May 1998, Moody’s Gifts in Waldoboro is celebrating more than 20 years as a family business.
Family, friends, and community members filled the Medomak Valley High School gym to watch 133 high school seniors graduate Wednesday, June 12.
Firefighters made quick work of a fire that claimed a shed on Narrows Road in Nobleboro the afternoon of Wednesday, May 1.
Newcastle native Belinda Ray is running for mayor of Portland, Maine’s largest city.
The owners of the Newcastle Publick House will launch a wood-fired pizzeria across the bridge in downtown Damariscotta this fall.
A driver was transported to LincolnHealth’s Miles Campus with non-life-threatening injuries after her vehicle went off Back Meadow Road in Damariscotta the afternoon of Saturday, April 6.
Damariscotta Town Manager Matt Lutkus recently testified on behalf of the town’s selectmen in support of legislation that would allow towns to implement local sales taxes with voter approval.
Despite the chair’s call to table the issue, the Damariscotta Board of Selectman moved forward with its review of draft ordinances to govern licensing of medical and recreational marijuana businesses during a workshop Wednesday, March 27.
Maine Commissioner of Education Pender Makin kicked off a recent AOS 93 professional development day with reflections on her transition into the Maine Department of Education and remarks about the department’s focus for the future.
At a town meeting with limited discussion, Bristol voters gave the nod of approval to a new softball field and passed a $5,262,226.26 education budget in under two hours on Tuesday, March 19.