The boards of selectmen in Damariscotta and Boothbay Harbor gave their blessing to their town managers to work on creating a shared town planner position.
This weekend only, the Boothbay Region YMCA’s Y-Arts theater program will be returning to the Lincoln Theater stage with a production of “Seussical Jr.”
Bob and Lynne Plourde will be selling their Newcastle and Bath-based mail and parcel business, Mail It 4 U, after 19 years to focus on selling custom printed and embroidered apparel.
LincolnHealth has rescheduled some surgeries that could be suspended without a negative impact along with most other hospitals across Maine struggling to preserve bed capacity, according to an email from LincolnHealth spokesperson John Martins.
It’s 8 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 16, and while Wiscasset’s sleepy stores and sidewalks are just waking up, the kitchen staff at Wiscasset’s staple bakery and market have been in full swing since the wee hours of the morning, baking and preparing for another lively holiday season.
There’s been a lot to be thankful for since I moved to Lincoln County last May.
Former Alna selectman Ed Pentaleri is the lone candidate running to fill the town’s vacant first selectman’s seat.
Damariscotta will likely see a $3.1 million roundabout at the intersection of Belvedere Road and U.S. Route 1 in 2024.
LincolnHealth continues to address capacity challenges and is seeking to expand its booster clinic, according to an email from LincolnHealth spokesperson John Martins.
Damariscotta’s Main Street has a new young business owner on its hands, and their entrepreneurial vision is crystal clear.
Alna citizens debated three articles on the warrant for a Dec. 14 special referendum ballot vote at a hearing on the evening of Monday, Nov. 15.
LincolnHealth saw its one-week positivity rate spike to a new high last week since the pandemic arrived in Maine, according to an email from LincolnHealth spokesperson John Martins.
The decision to stay home or join the ranks of those “from away,” especially in Maine, is a difficult one, and it is a dilemma explored with a great deal of humor in Lincoln County Community Theater’s newest production of “Hair Frenzy,” premiering Friday, Nov. 12.
At the Newcastle Board of Selectmen’s meeting on Nov. 8, Newcastle Fire Co. submitted a petition requesting that a fire protection ordinance be put before voters at a special town meeting.