Edwin Pierpont, of Jefferson, reclaimed the state record for heaviest pumpkin and also broke the record for heaviest green squash at the 13th annual Damariscotta Pumpkinfest weigh-off Sunday, Oct. 6.
Amy Leshure, vice chair of the Damariscotta Board of Selectmen, will resign due to a move out of town.
Crooker Construction LLC, of Topsham, will complete the first phase of Westport Island’s long-term paving plan for $347,516.
The Damariscotta Board of Selectmen approved liquor licenses for a pair of new eateries, Oysterhead Pizza Co. and Y-Knot Underground, Wednesday, Oct. 2.
A local businessman and former Wiscasset selectman was one of 33 veterans to receive a hero’s welcome upon his return from a trip to Washington, D.C. with Honor Flight Maine.
Action for Animals Maine, a new Lincoln County nonprofit, financially assists families who cannot afford emergency services and treatment for ill pets.
Representatives of the American Legion and Maine’s congressional delegation gathered at the Legion’s state headquarters in Winslow on Saturday, Sept. 28 to dedicate a new memorial to service members from Maine who went missing in action or were taken as a prisoner of war and remain unaccounted for.
What started as a bookkeeping job in the late 1970s grew into a 41-year career in town government, with 35 of those years in Waldoboro, for Town Clerk Eileen Dondlinger, who worked her last day Friday, Sept. 27.
A cold, wet spring and a late molt, or shed, appear to have contributed to a reduction in lobster landings so far this year in Lincoln County.
The number of boarding students at Lincoln Academy is down to 37 from 68 last year, while local enrollment continues to rise with one of the largest freshman classes in more than a decade.
A Rockport man’s photo of Pemaquid Point Lighthouse Park during Hurricane Dorian received the most votes to win the September #LCNme365 photo contest.
More meetings are to come after the Whitefield Cares! initiative to better meet the needs of Whitefield residents energized a group of about 20 people on Thursday, Sept. 26 at Whitefield Elementary School.
The Lincoln County Regional Planning Commission and the Island Institute banded together to discuss best practices for bringing high-speed internet access to rural communities with Lincoln County residents, business owners, and local officials.
“It would cost us $1,000 in stamps to thank everybody,” Michael Smerdon, the father in a Bristol family that lost everything in a July fire, said of the support his family received at a benefit Sunday, Sept. 22.