Edgecomb’s selectmen honored Dr. Jack Sarmanian, the town’s former chair of the board of selectmen who passed away on Sept. 11, at their meeting on Monday, Sept. 20.
The Damariscotta Region Chamber of Commerce presented awards and recognized its executive director, chamber members, and outgoing board personnel during its annual meeting at Sprague Point in Nobleboro on Thursday, Sept. 16.
A collection of jams and jellies, pickles and relishes, sauces and chutneys glows in shades of pale emerald, or deep ruby in the light of a window at the Bremen Town House.
The news that the Big Al’s Super Values, a landmark in Wiscasset for 35 years was closing came as a shock to everyone that heard it last week. Unfortunately, it is true. Big Al’s, over the years has become a destination to many throughout the state and beyond.
Central Maine Power Co.’s repairs on an island in Great Salt Bay, which required the construction of a temporary “floating road” for access, are nearly complete.
Stepping Stone Housing, Inc. is inviting the entire community to attend an open house at its newly renovated apartment building at 53 Biscay Road in Damariscotta from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 18.
On the morning of Saturday, Sept. 11, Felix Gustafson, age 4, was seated in a folding chair along Main Street in Waldoboro, waiting patiently for a line of fire trucks from across the state of Maine to pass before him.
Great Salt Bay Community School in Damariscotta has shifted to remote instruction for all students and canceled all extracurricular activities until Monday, Sept. 27, due to a COVID-19 outbreak.
Newcastle’s Taniscot Engine Co. wants a special town meeting to be held in one month to vote on a fire department ordinance, Newcastle interim Fire Chief Casey Stevens said at the Board of Selectmen’s meeting on Monday, Sept. 13.
LincolnHealth saw a record number of COVID-19 cases and a record high positivity rate during the past week of testing at the Respiratory Care Clinic on the Miles Campus in Damariscotta.
Lobstermen in Lincoln County do not see anything good about the new restrictions to protect endangered right whales announced by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration on Tuesday, Aug. 31.
The Miles Cafe, on LincolnHealth’s Miles Campus in Damariscotta, will be closing on weekends and limiting its offerings due to a staffing shortage, starting on Monday, Sept. 27.
Newcastle’s Lincoln Academy canceled school on Friday, Sept. 10 after two additional cases of COVID-19 were identified in individuals associated with the school Thursday night—bringing the total to six cases in the first week of school.
Nineteen years ago a bus from New York City arrived at Camp Kieve in Nobleboro carrying a group of people who suffered an unimaginable trauma. That bus held parents who lost children, wives who lost husbands, children who lost parents, whole families still aching with shock and grief as they approached the first anniversary the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attack on the World Trade Center that tore their lives apart.
Great Salt Bay Community School in Damariscotta canceled school on Friday, Sept. 10 to test carbon monoxide levels in the kitchen.