There’s a new tailor in town, and while he learned his trade in Brooklyn, the pieces he crafts are often inspired by the Maine outdoors.
Newcastle’s Lydia Crafts is the incumbent Democratic candidate running for House District 46. Looking toward another term, she is focused on mental healthcare, the state’s opioid crisis, and affordable housing.
Merle Parise is a Republican candidate running for House District 46. He is focused on combating inflation, properly managing natural resources, and reducing the tax burden on Mainers.
Alna citizens voted to contract with Wiscasset Ambulance Service and cease contracting with Central Lincoln County Ambulance Service at the annual town meeting on March 26.
When I arrived in Lincoln County some 10-and-a-half months ago, I was, as every 20-something is when they arrive anywhere, still figuring things out.
On March 29, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration authorized a second booster shot for those over age 50, and those with weakened immune systems who had received a booster four months ago.
Fire departments from South Bristol, Damariscotta, Bremen, and Bristol responded to a fire at the Walpole Barn at 135 Route 129 in South Bristol on the morning of March 30.
Damariscotta Historical Society has found a location for its headquarters in the heart of downtown Damariscotta.
Alna residents will decide whether to contract with Central Lincoln County Ambulance or Wiscasset Ambulance Service and vote on 47 other articles at the annual town referendum and meeting on March 25 and 26.
A Waldoboro family lost two pets and most of their belongings in a structure fire at 422 Reef Road the morning of March 23.
The Great Salt Bay School Committee unanimously approved the expenditure of ESSER funds to purchase a modular classroom for the 2022-2023 school year, at a special meeting on March 17.
Medomak Middle School students and staff are likely to continue operating remotely for at least two more weeks following the failure of the school’s water system in February.
After a slight increase the week prior, COVID-19 case numbers have once again fallen this week, according to an email from LincolnHealth spokesperson John Martins.
Whitefield residents will vote on a variety of budget increases, as well as a medical marijuana ordinance and a solar array moratorium, on March 18 and 19.
After a decade of feeding Damariscotta, owners of The Village Grill are getting out of the kitchen.