Community members are invited to the Wiscasset Community Center on Saturday, Oct. 23 to honor civil rights leader James Weldon Johnson and discuss the future of a marker and annual observance of James Weldon Johnson Day.
The Wiscasset Police Department apprehended four individuals trespassing at the former Wiscasset Primary School, on Oct. 17.
Emily Elliott officially joined the Dresden community as the librarian at the Bridge Academy Public Library on Aug. 31.
The Edgecomb Historical Society will hold a meeting to discuss the future of the organization at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 14, at the Edgecomb Town Hall.
The Whitefield Appeals Board voted not to overturn the planning board’s approval of Central Maine Power’s development application on Thursday, Oct. 7.
Every week The Lincoln County News publishes the top three scores from the Wiscasset Senior Center’s cribbage games on Tuesday and Thursday.
As a restaurant worker going on 30 years, Edgecomb’s Sara Lentz has witnessed her profession become a part of the local and national conversation to an unprecedented degree in the last year and a half.
Lincoln County’s only piercing and tattoo studio has officially hit the scene in Edgecomb.
The Maine Department of Health and Human Services and the Department of Education published school staff vaccination rates from every public school across Maine, but Lincoln County superintendents suggest the numbers are not yet accurate.
With the Whitefield Library one permit away from officially opening its newly renovated space, preparations have begun for the library’s Fall Festival on Saturday, Oct. 23.
It’s Sept. 21, a bright Tuesday morning, and like every other Tuesday morning Newcastle’s Mariellen Whelan can be found at the Ecumenical Food Pantry at the Second Congregational Church, hustling between parked vehicles, chatting with their occupants, and shuttling diapers out to the families that need them.
Edgecomb’s selectmen honored Dr. Jack Sarmanian, the town’s former chair of the board of selectmen who passed away on Sept. 11, at their meeting on Monday, Sept. 20.
Name a river in Maine, and odds are that Newcastle’s Zip Kellogg can tell you how to navigate it. A retired librarian with a tireless passion for exploration, Kellogg knows his state in a way that few people do.
Sitting out on her dock on the banks of the Damariscotta River, Barb Scully surveyed the serene view of her lease. Seated comfortably in an Adirondack chair, she interrupts her own thought to point to a blur soaring over the wooded banks.
Like countless Americans, Emily Greenberg of Bremen has a vivid memory of the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, and like too many, she remembers realizing that one her friends was in the World Trade Center when it collapsed.