A fire severely damaged a two-story farmhouse at 736 East River Road in Whitefield during the early hours of Thursday, July 29.
After running the Dresden Take Out for over 5 years, Mason and Kathy Dubord decided to bring their industrious energy next door, selling ice cream and collectables out of a former church building.
A small green trailer in the parking lot of Twisted Iron Customs on Route 1 will open its door on Friday, July 30 to Atomic Shakes, a new business by Maine-ly Elderberry owner Daisy Cunningham.
A 76-year-old Newcastle man died in a single-vehicle motorcycle crash on North Newcastle Road on Saturday, July 24.
Whitefield will receive word from the Army Corps of Engineers about whether the replacement culvert on South Hunts Meadow Road can be expedited as an emergency situation.
After dedicating his adult life to public service and law enforcement, Deputy Chad Gilbert will retire from full-time duty on July 25.
The Dresden Planning Board unanimously approved Michael Stewart’s application to open a retail storefront for his medical marijuana business at 353 Patterson Road following a public hearing at Pownalborough Hall on Monday, July 19.
Opening an ice cream shop in Maine might seem like a left turn for a Boston-based social worker with her own private therapy practice, but Mary Blanchard doesn’t see it that way.
The Edgecomb Board of Selectmen met with state Rep. Holly Stover, D-Boothbay, and Lincoln County Sheriff Todd Brackett on Monday, July 12 to discuss issues related to construction on the intersection of Route 27 and Route 1.
Paul Bryant’s shipyard is full of machines and vessels from another era. Bryant, at nearly 88 years, is one of the oldest of the bunch. And yet, somehow, he and his 1960s Ford engines continue to work like a charm.
Edgecomb will soon be home to Lincoln County’s only body piercing and tattoo studio.
When asked, Chuck Benton isn’t sure how to explain what he does. Not because he doesn’t have anything to say, but because he has so much.
Wiscasset held its first full-scale art walk in two years the evening of Thursday, June 24.
The Edgecomb Eddy School community will officially be joined by its new principal, Dr. Christina Boursaw, on July 1.
Rebecca Graham is a champion of municipal governance, but she’d be the last to say anything of the sort.