Rebecca Graham is a champion of municipal governance, but she’d be the last to say anything of the sort.
After dipping its toes in with two successful pop-ups this winter and spring, Edgecomb’s Water’s Edge Restaurant & Bar is ready to make waves this summer.
Maine is home to 155 breweries, and over Memorial Day weekend, Wiscasset gained its first in Bath Ale Works.
After 43 years of teaching, 39 of which were at Bristol Consolidated School, Andrea Powell has retired.
Trustees, volunteers, and patrons of the Lincoln County Historical Association met on the banks of the Kennebec River in Dresden on Saturday, June 12 to welcome Rebecca Johnson Prescott back to the Pownalborough Court House.
Parents and friends gathered at the Wiscasset Speedway on Thursday, June 10 to witness Wiscasset Middle High School’s 35 seniors reach the finish line of their high school careers.
The roar of traffic on Route 1 accompanied folk music and fresh produce on Wednesday, June 2 as the Wiscasset Farmers’ Market opened the season at its new location, the Maine Tasting Center at 506 Old Bath Road in Wiscasset.
While Swallowtail Farm and Creamery in the Whitefield village of Coopers Mills village has received recognition for its dairy products, it will soon be introduced to a whole new audience by none other than Gordon Ramsay, a Michelin star chef known for television shows including “MasterChef” and “Hell’s Kitchen.”
Dresden voters rejected the RSU 2 budget at the polls on Tuesday, June 8, however, the budget was passed by a slim majority of the district.
Dresden voters will elect a representative to the RSU 2 Board of Directors on Tuesday, June 8. The polls will be open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. at Pownalborough Hall.
Dresden residents will vote via secret ballot on an RSU 2 budget opposed by the selectmen and budget committee, and elect a first selectman and a member of the school board, Tuesday, June 8.
Westport Island voters will elect a new second selectman on Tuesday, June 8. The incumbent, Gerald Bodmer, is not seeking reelection after 12 years in office. The town has two candidates for the seat.
Cortney Geyer still isn’t used to being referred to as an “entrepreneur.”
Children and parents alike explored the Colonial foundations and marshy shores of Squam Creek during a family scavenger hunt held by the Friends of Westport Island History on Sunday, May 23.