Bremen voters will consider the Great Salt Bay Consolidated School District budget validation referendum and elect three town officials in uncontested races Tuesday, July 14.
Dresden will hold the open portion of its annual town meeting outside the fire station at 9 a.m., Saturday, July 18.
Dresden Third Selectman Allan Moeller will face a challenge from former First Selectman Dale Hinote on Tuesday, July 14.
Four candidates are running to fill the position of first selectman in Dresden, after Trudy Foss resigned with a year left in her term.
Maine Isshinryu Karate Academy Great Salt Bay, in Damariscotta, has closed permanently, citing impacts from COVID-19.
The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention has reported one more confirmed case of COVID-19 in Lincoln County over the last week, the fifth case reported since May 23.
The Damariscotta Board of Selectmen approved, with conditions, an application for what will be the town’s first recreational cannabis shop, Coastal Cannabis Co. LLC, Wednesday, July 1.
A shortage of fiber-optic cable will delay the start of work on a townwide fiber buildout in Bremen, but Tidewater Telecom Inc. remains confident that it can complete the job on time.
The Damariscotta Board of Selectmen, on Wednesday, July 1, voted 4-1 to allow a downtown open-air market to continue through the month of July.
The Lincoln County News recently welcomed three new employees in the editorial department: copy editor Maggie Dewane, reporter Hailey Bryant, and intern Alyce McFadden.
A new, weekly fish market at Rising Tide Co-op in Damariscotta is filling a void for both fishermen, who have seen seafood sales plummet, and shoppers, after the closure of a downtown seafood market.
A fixture of Damariscotta Mills and local historian with deep knowledge of the area celebrated his 100th birthday Friday, June 26.
About 85% of Ted Hugger’s guests have canceled their reservations at his Cod Cove Inn in Edgecomb this summer and, for him, the stakes could not be higher.
A near-total ban on consumer fireworks, a lifetime ban for vandalism of shellfish conservation sites, and a budget with deep cuts due to COVID-19 will go to vote in Waldoboro’s annual town meeting by referendum July 14.