This time last year, I wrote my first-ever editorial during a one-week tenure as acting editor. “Well,” I thought to myself as we went to press 14 minutes after deadline, “Never doing that again.”
LincolnHealth administered 855 COVID-19 tests this past week, the most the hospital has conducted since the week ending in Sept. 26, and early indications show that record will likely be surpassed according to LincolnHealth spokesperson John Martins.
This year, I have the distinct honor of providing color commentary for Medomak Valley varsity home games alongside Larry Sidelinger for Lincoln County Television. After filling in for a few games last season, Larry asked me to stick around for a few reasons: I like basketball, I like to talk, and, most important to him, I know how to keep scorebook.
During her four years at Lincoln Academy in Newcastle, Riley Stevenson earned an impressive amount of accolades and accomplishments, including earning back-to-back debate state titles, serving as president of the school’s Climate Action Club, and becoming co-valedictorian for the class of 2021, to name a few.
For more than a decade, brothers Ken and Todd Lincoln have carried on the tradition of smoking herring. The brothers once again will sell strings of the smoked fish next to the S Road School in South Bristol from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. this Saturday, Nov. 27.
For someone who tells other people’s stories for a living, I don’t necessarily do a great job of documenting my own.
From a vantage point on Water Street in downtown Wiscasset, passersby will soon be able to watch the stitching of brooms, the carving of bowls and spoons, and other handcrafting techniques.
For a few hours every week, Dmitry Pepper records his dog Biscuit dancing, talking, and twerking, much to the enjoyment of the duo’s 7.4 million followers on the social media app TikTok.
Wednesday, Nov. 3, was a particularly important day at Lincoln County Publishing Co.
Every year, hundreds of thousands around the globe participate in National Novel Writing Month. Affectionately known as NaNoWriMo, the challenge to write 50,000 words during the month of November is something tackled by people of all ages, including Lisa Lueddecke, of Waldoboro.
Jon and Jenny Villeneuve will officially open Tin Top Cider Co. on South Old Sheepscot Road in Alna on Friday, Sept. 3, after years of preparation, a change in the town’s law, and a nearly lifelong hobby of making cider.
When he’s not making lip balm, organizing road races, or taking stats for a local high school basketball team, Waldoboro native Lucas McNelly makes films. This September, he plans to shoot his next one, “Maine Noir,” in his hometown.
It was not the back-to-back-to-back days of 90-degree weather last week that announced summer’s return to Maine. Rather, it was the 9 1/2 minutes it took me to drive the 0.4 miles on Main Street from the corner of Mills Road in Newcastle to the Bristol Road intersection in Damariscotta.
Damariscotta welcomed a new business to its downtown Saturday, May 22, when The Kingfisher and The Queen opened its doors at 79 Main St.