A Bristol couple, Jeffrey Patterson and Helen Costello, have set plans in motion for an “encore career” in sustainable agriculture on their 25 Rock School House Road property, dubbed The Byre at Piper’s Pond.
“I don’t think anyone could not love her, not respect her and like her. She had the answer to every question. … She was a lady with a capital ‘L.’” Those were the words of Whitefield resident Cathey Sell, speaking in a recent interview about her friend of more than 20 years, Mildred “Millie” Sabatine. Sabatine, a pioneering cheesemaker and farmer who lived just down the road from Sell, passed away from cancer on Nov. 7 at the age of 83.
Readers overwhelmingly selected William “Billy” Smith as the winner of the 2019 #LCNme365 photo contest with his photograph of Pemaquid Point Lighthouse Park the weekend of Hurricane Dorian.
A Nobleboro activist worked with U.S. Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, and many others to advocate for federal legislation to combat tick-borne diseases. Congress approved the legislation as part of a budget package Dec. 19 and President Donald Trump signed it Dec. 20.
The veterinarian who will open the Wiscasset Veterinary Hospital this spring has a diverse background, including three years as the head of an Army veterinary facility.
A fire broke out in a prefabricated metal outbuilding at 30 Hillside Lane, in the Coopers Mills area of Whitefield, the afternoon of New Year’s Eve.
A longtime member of the maintenance staff at Wiscasset Middle High School who moonlights as a carver and woodworker is working with the Wiscasset Middle High School Art Club to bring a wooden sculpture of the school’s mascot – a wolverine – to life.
A graduate of Medomak Valley High School in Waldoboro is suing the school, its former principal, a school social worker, and RSU 40, claiming “outrageous” sexual harassment by former Principal Andrew Cavanaugh.
The new director of parks and recreation in Wiscasset is a local man who started out in maintenance at the community center and has gradually taken on more responsibility over the last seven years.
The libraries in Wiscasset schools have changed over the last 32 years, but there has been at least one constant – librarian Cynthia Carter, who retired Friday, Dec. 20.
Inside the glass studio in a Dresden salt box barn off of Route 197 is a little world of its own, with the couple running the show simultaneously meticulous and creative in their movements.
This is the third year The Lincoln County News has collaborated with Kelly Girard and her eighth-grade language arts classes at Great Salt Bay Community School in Damariscotta, and the GSB Students Investigate program continues to grow stronger with each year.
In a fight to the finish, a Thomaston woman’s photo of Pemaquid Point Lighthouse Park decked out in holiday lights won the December #LCNme365 photo contest by a margin of just five votes.
A series of three upcoming rock ‘n’ roll concerts at the Lincoln Theater in Damariscotta will benefit Lincoln County Television, the Newcastle-based public access station.