Travelers Motel and U-Haul, in Warren, was not designed to operate in sub-freezing temperatures.
A small but meaningful handful of Lincoln County’s aging population resides in five separate homes owned and managed by ElderCare Network of Lincoln County. Those homes – located in Damariscotta, Edgecomb, Jefferson, Round Pond, and Waldoboro – are commonly referred to as the Greens.
(Bisi Cameron Yee is a freelance journalist living in Lincoln County.)
A Waldoboro man and former Senate District 24 candidate has entered a guilty plea to a felony charge of assaulting an officer at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021 as electoral college votes were being certified for the 2020 presidential election.
The old mill building at 2089 Bristol Road, known as The Mill at Pemaquid Falls, recently had another life breathed into it by members of the Old Bristol Historical Society.
Damariscotta’s tax increment financing district, which voters approved in 2020 with a primary goal of funding sidewalk extensions downtown, brought in about $120,000 less than expected in its first four years, leading town officials to suggest expansion.
Scaling vertical cliffs, slaying giant beasts, and exploring gleaming new cities with a group of best friends – is there any better way to unwind after a long day at school?
Between damages to Pemaquid Beach and structures within Pemaquid Point Lighthouse Park, Bristol Parks and Recreation Director Shelley Gallagher said the initial estimate to repair destruction from back-to-back January storms could be even higher than $1 million.
More than a year after paramedics removed 3-year-old Makinzlee Handrahan’s body from her Edgecomb home, the man investigators believe is responsible for her death was formally charged with her murder.
Anne Howell and Stephanie Mazerolle often find themselves lugging surveying gear up hills and through ravines across the Midcoast, sometimes bushwhacking through brambles in pursuit of a carefully researched colonial rock wall or a remnant of an old barbed wire fence.
Mitch Mitchell has a mission. The South Bristol resident and retired Coast Guardsman is hoping to raise $30,000 to help veterans struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder.
While town officials continue to compile damage estimates from back-to-back storms – one on Wednesday, Jan. 10, and the other on Saturday, Jan. 13 – residents and business owners around Lincoln County are reeling from the destruction.
The skyline of New Harbor has returned to normalcy, with a few changes, after the completion of the New Harbor United Methodist Church’s bell tower after seven years.
From the late 1980s to the early 2010s, those who walked through the spotless hallways of Great Salt Bay Community School in Damariscotta were strolling through the work of Lawrence “Larry” Gross, a custodian at the school for nearly 30 years and a beloved school community member.
In the wake of a winter storm that devastated portions of Maine’s coastline Wednesday, Jan. 10, local officials are urging residents to document damage now, ahead of a potential storm Saturday, Jan. 13.