Atlantic Motorcar Center of Wiscasset is offering free oil change services to nurses, doctors, RNAs, PAs, EMTs, and medics. Free loaner cars are also available for healthcare professionals during service.
In an effort to provide one-stop shopping for anyone seeking local resources and information, the Lincoln County Emergency Management Agency’s emergency operations center has created a webpage where groups and organizations in Lincoln County can submit this information to be shared.
The Sons of the American Legion has donated a total of $768 to the Central Lincoln County YMCA in order to provide scholarships for four youth memberships, which support the Y’s Membership for All program.
Newcastle Republican Merle Parise has filed paperwork to run for House District 90, which includes Bremen, Bristol, Damariscotta, Monhegan, Newcastle, and parts of Nobleboro and South Bristol.
The trustees of the Waldoborough Historical Society are pleased to announce they have been designated to receive funding from the Maine 200 Bicentennial Commission for a sign to commemorate the 1820 State Seal Visual gift of Bertha Smouse.
The Lincoln County Emergency Management Agency’s emergency operations center, on Wednesday, March 25, issued a request for new, unused personal protective equipment to assist front-line emergency medical services, fire department, and law enforcement personnel; health care providers; and health care facilities responding to COVID-19.
In response to the spread of COVID-19 and confirmed cases within Lincoln County, the county commissioners have taken steps to protect employees and constituents. Effective Tuesday, March 17, the county courthouse offices will remain operational, but in-person access will be restricted. These restrictions will be in place until further notice.
For going on two decades, the Morris Farm has made garden space for those in the local community to “grow their own.” The Margaret Ellis Community Garden was named in honor of one of the founding members of the Morris Farm.
During the COVID-19 crisis period, the LTC Family of Companies (Lincolnville Telephone, Tidewater Telecom and LCI Fiber Optic Network) will provide the internet services below for customers and residents with K-12 and college students at home who live in the Tidewater Telecom and Lincolnville Telephone areas, as well as current LCI Fiber Optic broadband customers.
At Lincoln County Publishing Co., the health and safety of our employees, our customers, and our community is at the forefront of our minds. We ask you to join us in doing our part to minimize the spread of COVID-19.
New Hope for Women will hold an open house at its new 18 Belvedere Road location in Damariscotta on Friday, March 27 from 2:30-4:30 p.m. The public is invited to stop in to meet agency staff, to hear more about services, and to enjoy light hors d’oeuvres and wine. Adding to the fun will be drawings for gift cards from local merchants, such as Rising Tide Co-op and Sherman’s Maine Coast Bookshop.
Midcoast Lyme Disease Support & Education regrets to inform the public that its sixth annual Midcoast Lyme Disease Support & Education conference on Saturday, April 11 has been canceled, along with the April 10 free documentary showing of “Skin Deep: The Battle Over Morgellons.”
First National Bank recently announced a $30,000 donation to Central Lincoln County Ambulance Service Inc. toward its campaign to purchase two new ambulances.
Shirley Tawney was born in Ottawa, Kansas and grew up in the Kansas City area, in Kansas, with her parents, two brothers, and a sister. Her father worked for the railroad, so she, her younger brother, and her parents were able to take many trips around the country.