Waldoboro will discuss several options for recreation facilities in coming months to return to good standing on a federal grant received in the 1970s for its A.D. Gray School site.
A long simmering road dispute in Westport Island has bubbled up again as the Westport Island Select Board has sent a letter to two Baker Road residents demanding the residents remove obstructions in the town’s right-of-way or face legal action.
Citing a lack of financial viability going forward, the Chewonki Foundation has announced plans to close its elementary and middle school programs at the conclusion of the current school year.
Former Masters Machine Company President Richard C. Masters, 81, passed away at the Sussman House in Rockport Sunday, Oct. 23, following a period of declining health.
After polls closed on Tuesday, Nov. 8, it appears the two Senate seats representing Lincoln County will once again be filled with Democrats for another term.
COVID-19 tests at LincolnHealth have dropped for the fourth consecutive week, according to hospital spokesperson John Martins.
After two years experimenting with a shorter four-month apprenticeship term, The Carpenter’s Boat Shop will return next year to its traditional nine-month program, Executive Director Alicia Witham said during an interview on Friday, Oct. 14.
Susan Hodder marked the start of her “last great job” on Oct. 3 when she began her new position as executive director of The Waldo Theater. The former technology marketing executive, innkeeper, and florist’s manager from East Boothbay replaced Kate Fletcher, who departed in July of this year.
Hoping to combat food insecurity on the Boothbay peninsula, the Community Resource Council opened a 24-hour community fridge behind the town office on Thursday, Oct. 27.
The Early Bird Sale is here! Doors open at 6 a.m. on Saturday, November 5.
Following a months-long dispute involving Freedom of Access Act requests and allegations of threats, Edgecomb town officials were granted an emergency protection from harassment order from an Edgecomb resident on Wednesday, Oct. 5.
The positivity rate for COVID-19 cases at LincolnHealth dropped to the lowest level seen since June this week, according to hospital spokesperson John Martins.
The Lincoln County News took home 21 awards in the 2021-2022 Maine Press Association’s Better Newspaper Contest, including first place awards for cartoon, editorial, and photography.
Members of the Bristol Consolidated School committee and administration updated the Bristol Select Board on its plans for a $6 million-plus renovation project on Wednesday, Oct. 19.