A panel of local experts on the opioid crisis talked about how the community can help, the stigma around medication-assisted treatment, and local options for treatment Tuesday, Jan. 29.
Luke Houghton, of Newcastle, knows every inch of the turf field at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Ga., home of the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons. The company he works for, FieldTurf USA, refurbished the field Jan. 5-8. Houghton was chosen to work on the field in preparation for Super Bowl LIII, which will feature the New England Patriots against the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday, Feb. 2.
An unlikely class at Wiscasset Middle High School teaches students to lift fingerprints, research the psychological traits of serial killers, and analyze blood spatter.
The complete archives of The Lincoln County News will soon be on their way to the Midwest for digitization.
Wiscasset’s outgoing town manager says the town made significant progress toward important goals during her 4 1/2-year tenure, including the cleanup of Mason Station and the negotiation of an easement necessary to protect the town’s airport.
A developer plans to demolish the former Huber’s Market, on Route 1 in Wiscasset, and build a new store in its place.
Over a dozen people attended a tour of the Pemaquid Mill property the afternoon of Thursday, Jan. 17, exploring the nooks and crannies of the 1800s building at Pemaquid Falls. The group then met to discuss next steps for the property, which will be in the care of the Old Bristol Historical Society.
Medomak Valley High School Cheerleaders won the 2109 South B Regional title at the Augusta Civic Center, Saturday, Jan. 26. The Regional title was the ninth straight for the Panther squad. With the win, Medomak advances to the State championship.
The downtown Damariscotta restaurant O-Cha Bar + Grill has closed, but will soon reopen with a new menu and a new name: Racha Noodle Bar by Best Thai.
With funds from a state grant, the new Boothbay Region Peer Center offers support to people in recovery from addiction and others in the community.
The family behind Thirty Acre Farm, of Whitefield, hopes to buy a property on Route 32 in Bremen, transform the property into its headquarters, and ensure it remains farmland forever.
Downtown Damariscotta business owners and members of the public attended a community conversation on upcoming improvements to the waterfront and municipal parking lot at Great Salt Bay Community School on Thursday, Jan. 17.
After nearly 17 years and eight town managers, John O’Connell is coming back to Wiscasset to serve as interim town manager.
A Woolwich woman who currently works as an associate planner for the town of Old Orchard Beach will become Lincoln County’s first new county planner in more than 20 years.