In a change meant to showcase how the organization plans to stay at the front edge of community-building and progressive thinking in economic development, the Twin Village Alliance will change its name, but not its mission. The organization will become the Neighborhood Economy Alliance.
Lincoln County Publishing Co. recently released the second edition of the free seasonal publications focused on lobsters and lighthouses in the Midcoast.
The Bristol Area Library announced the cancellation of its annual plant sale due to the winter moth infestation along the Maine coast. The winter moth can spread unknowingly from place to place with landscape plants.
Gov. Paul R. LePage has directed all United States and State of Maine flags be flown at half staff from sunrise to sunset on Tuesday, May 15, on Peace Officers Memorial Day.
Lincoln County Publishing Co., 116 Mills Road, Newcastle, invites the community to an open house at 5 p.m., Wednesday, June 27. The event is free to attend and open to all.
At a May 9 stated meeting, members of Alna-Anchor Masonic Lodge No. 43 recognized two youth volunteers for their service to the community. Central Lincoln County Program and Community Outreach Coordinator Karen-Ann Hagar joined the families of Schuyler Farrell and Nolen Michael to recognize them for their volunteer work in the local communities.
Farm and Table, the first issue of Lincoln County Magazine in 2018, will make its debut May 24.
The Lincoln County News will host a forum with the candidates for the Democratic nomination in Maine House District 88.
In partnership with Mothers’ Milk Bank Northeast, LincolnHealth – Miles Maternity opened the third human milk depot in Maine on Tuesday, May 8.
Farm and Table, the first issue of Lincoln County Magazine for 2018, will hit newsstands with the May 24 edition of The Lincoln County News.
Great Salt Bay Community School fifth-grade teacher Daniel Hupp is Lincoln County’s 2018 Teacher of the Year.
Applications for the American Legion Post 42 Youth Scholarship Program will be available on Monday, May 21 at 527 Main St., Damariscotta after 4 p.m., or one can contact Gerald Miller at 563-1832.
This is the story of John Reilly, Bristol’s last World War II veteran. Howard Cushing, who is still alive, was drafted, but according to his grandson, Mike, did not make it through basic training.
Any child having a fourth birthday on or before Oct. 15 is eligible to enter pre-K in the fall. Any child having a fifth birthday on or before Oct. 15 is eligible to enter kindergarten in the fall.
Registration for kindergarten at Whitefield Elementary School for the 2018-2019 school year is open for children who will be 5 years old by Oct. 15 and are not currently enrolled in an RSU 12 pre-kindergarten program.