Edging out her nearest competitor by 15 votes, Hope Prentice won the March #LCNme365 photo contest with a photo of her dog Moxie peering into a snow cave.
At 8 a.m., Monday, March 30, about 30 elver fishermen were at the Pemaquid Falls town landing to claim their fishing spots for a shortened season.
Two more candidates – a Democrat and a Republican – have entered the race to represent Maine House District 88, which consists of Chelsea, Jefferson, part of Nobleboro, and Whitefield. The new entries will result in two-way primaries for both parties.
Lincoln County clamdiggers, including nearly 200 in Waldoboro, have little to no work as restaurant closures in Maine and the U.S. effectively eliminate the market for soft-shell clams.
Despite challenges and risks, nurses at LincolnHealth’s Miles Campus remain hopeful and upbeat as they test patients for the coronavirus and prepare for an outbreak.
After a full week with no new COVID-19 cases, Lincoln County saw three new cases Monday, March 30.
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.
A citizen’s petition to repeal the Wiscasset Historic Preservation Ordinance has enough signatures to force a vote.
Damariscotta native and world-renowned opera singer Kate Aldrich has been in the middle of Italy’s country-wide lockdown with her husband and 9-year-old daughter since it began the evening of March 10.
Lincoln County businesses and organizations are offering assistance, such as delivery of resources and welfare checks, while residents are in quarantine due to the coronavirus.
Although Lincoln County schoolchildren are out of school due to the coronavirus response, schools and community organizations continue to feed students who need it through delivery and pickup programs.
A COVID-19 task force on Monhegan Island is urging new arrivals to self-quarantine for 14 days and asking nonresidents to stay where they are.
At a coronavirus-shortened annual town meeting Saturday, March 21, Alna voters approved enough of the warrant to keep their government running, while a selectman decried what he called a “secret campaign” to unseat another selectman.
Lincoln County has three new cases of COVID-19 since last week and a total of five, according to the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention.
Lincoln County schools are extending the closures that began March 16 in an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus.