For those who braved mud or ice to stroll the slopes at Round Top Farm this winter, they may have spotted something shiny and new in the southwest field behind Darrows Barn.
Standard operating procedures for Maine schools regarding COVID-19 recently changed to reflect amendments to U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommendations, according to an announcement from the Maine CDC and the Maine Department of Education on Dec. 30.
The Jefferson Board of Selectmen is concerned the town may not have the money to pay Waldoboro Emergency Medical Services for its ambulance service to the town during the first two weeks of January, according to Selectman Jigger Clark.
After 28 years practicing medicine in Damariscotta, Dr. Minda Gold was elected to the 26-seat Maine Medical Association Board of Directors this fall.
LincolnHealth saw its one-week total for positive cases cross 200 for the first time last week, according to LincolnHealth spokesperson John Martins.
The newest addition to the Central Lincoln County YMCA, Program Director Morgan Perry, is a home-grown product.
The Jefferson Board of Selectmen has yet to approve spending on the new budget for the emergency medical service the town contracts to receive from Waldoboro, despite an initial deadline of Friday, Dec. 31.
It may be hard to believe, but this is the fifth year of the GSB Students Investigate collaboration between The Lincoln County News and Kelly Girard’s eighth grade language arts classes at Great Salt Bay Community School in Damariscotta.
Readers selected Andrew Duffy as the winner of the 2021 #LCNme365 photo contest with a picture of Damariscotta Lake on a calm morning.
Lincoln County Communications Center Supervisor Mark Creamer always put family first. And his community was his family. That’s the consensus of the people who knew him and of the people who worked with him.
AOS 93 Superintendent Craig Jurgensen will retire at the end of the 2021-2022 school year.
LincolnHealth administered 855 COVID-19 tests this past week, the most the hospital has conducted since the week ending in Sept. 26, and early indications show that record will likely be surpassed according to LincolnHealth spokesperson John Martins.
Newcastle resident Arlene Cole has been recording the temperature in Lincoln County for over 70 years, long before climate change was a household term.
Andrew Duffy won the December #LCNme365 photo contest with his picture of a calm morning on Damariscotta Lake.