The head administrator of Two Bridges Regional Jail believes a new medication-assisted treatment and reentry program for inmates with addiction can facilitate successful recovery and, with federal grant funds, financially benefit the jail.
After 1,000 hours of work by 150 Habitat for Humanity volunteers, a Wiscasset woman has a new modular home at 142 Federal St. in Wiscasset.
The Wiscasset Board of Selectmen agreed to make interim Town Manager John O’Connell the permanent town manager Tuesday, June 4.
The members of the RSU 40 Adult Education Class of 2019 celebrated their triumph over adversity during a graduation ceremony at Medomak Valley High School in Waldoboro on Wednesday, May 29.
A photo of flowers outside Lincoln Academy won the May #LCNme365 photo contest with 59 percent of the vote.
From the early 1950s to the mid-1970s, Edgecomb’s Merry Barn was a dance hall where as many as 600 concertgoers would literally make the building shake. Later it was a workshop for a steeplejack business. Now, after months of renovations, the barn is entering a new chapter in its history – as a literacy center.
On the day before Memorial Day, a beautiful, sunlit Sunday morning at the West Bristol Cemetery in Walpole, a large crowd gathered to honor South Bristol veterans at the dedication of the town’s new memorial.
A new full-service auto repair shop, Coastal Motors, is open for business in North Newcastle.
Medomak Middle School’s Community Market helps area families combat food insecurity by sending food home with students at the end of the week.
Law enforcement is alerting the public after a rabid fox attacked a cat in Boothbay Harbor on Sunday, May 26.
Fifth graders at Miller School in Waldoboro celebrated their completion of a 10-week D.A.R.E. program the morning of Tuesday, May 28.
Waldoboro’s police chief and two officers fielded questions on drugs, littering, and speeding during question-and-answer sessions at the municipal building May 22.
Local, state, and federal partners celebrated the completion of their project at Coopers Mills Dam, which will improve fish passage and fire protection, Monday, May 20.
The high-pitched whine of a lone trumpet signaled the arrival of her majesty, the queen, as she descended the Skidompha Library staircase to bestow damehood upon the library’s outgoing executive director, Pam Gormley.