All of the animals shown here are currently awaiting forever homes at the Edgecomb campus of Midcoast Humane.
Lincoln County law enforcement agencies are making an extra effort to be visible as responders across the state remain on high alert following a mass casualty shooting event in Lewiston on Wednesday, Oct. 25.
The man charged with the murder of an Edgecomb 3-year-old was unsuccessful in his bid for a decreased bail during a brief hearing in Lincoln County Superior Court on Thursday, Oct. 12.
Every day around 5 p.m., as she has for almost 60 years now, Maine’s most-acclaimed weather watcher checks her weather station and carefully records her observations in a book provided to her by the National Weather Service.
South Hunts Meadow Road in Whitefield is open to through traffic again now that roadwork related to a troublesome culvert has been completed.
Parents interested in providing their child with a community centric education experience have a new option in the Midcoast with the founding of the Brightfield School for Place-Based Education in Bath.
Ten months after the Christmas Day death of Edgecomb 3-year-old Makinzlee Handrahan, the Maine State Police have charged a 29-year-old Edgecomb man with homicide.
Some Wiscasset residents and visitors may be relieved to learn they can, in fact, believe their eyes. That was indeed a humpback whale seen swimming in the Sheepscot River near Wiscasset Thursday, Aug. 24.
The simmering tension that lurks beneath the surface of every meeting of the Alna Select Board in recent years boiled over into loud recriminations, a suspension of business, and a call to the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office on Thursday, Aug. 24.
After a two-hour meeting on Monday, Aug. 14, members of the Alna Board of Appeals unanimously agreed they did not have jurisdiction to consider an appeal of a decision by the Alna Select Board.
Residents and visitors alike descended to the tip of the Pemaquid penisula for the 69th edition of Olde Bristol Days Aug. 9-13.
Owls Head Transportation Museum Executive Director John Bottero is currently hard at work preparing for one of the museum’s biggest fundraisers of the year.
After nearly a year’s development by the town’s planning board, a new solar ordinance for the town of Dresden passed with no discussion from the 34 residents gathered at the special town meeting in Pownalborough Hall on Tuesday, Aug. 1.
The Maine State Police is investigating the shooting death of a 13-year-old Waldoboro boy last week.
Somerville Road Commissioner Willard Pierpont submitted his resignation by email and personal letter Saturday, July 22. Pierpont cited ongoing differences with Somerville Select Board Chair Chris Johnson as the primary factor in his decision to step down.