Internationally-acclaimed musician, composer and Alna resident Jamie Saft drops a lot of names. But for him, name dropping isn’t about being boastful. It doesn’t come from a place of ego. Saft has been fortunate to collaborate with masters of jazz, rock, new wave, funk, metal and more. And he wants to share the music and musicians that inspire him.
The gleaming white tower of the Burnt Island lighthouse stands above a sprawl of seaweed draped rocks. The ruby panels of the lantern room surround a 300 mm Fresnel lens. A slow mist moves in from the sea.
n the past week, 57 more Lincoln County residents have been diagnosed with COVID-19 and one more resident has been hospitalized—the fifth straight weekly increase in case counts and up from 32 last week and 24 the week prior.
The U.S. First Circuit Court of Appeals rejected an appeal by cable companies and upheld a 2019 Maine law that will keep Lincoln County Television at Spectrum’s channel 7 and out of what critics call “digital Siberia” on Tuesday, Aug. 3.
Five dance students rehearse for an upcoming performance on the second floor of the historic Progressive Grange building in Waldoboro.
Lincoln County Sheriff Todd Brackett met with Whitefield’s Board of Selectmen on Tuesday Aug. 17, to brainstorm methods to address an uptick in car and buggy crashes in Whitefield and surrounding towns.
There’s a lot of history in Lincoln County – it’s been around since 1760, after all. And much of that history is on display during the Lincoln County Historical Association’s Bicentennial Plus One Pilgrimage celebrating Maine’s 200th year of statehood.
Damariscotta’s Great Salt Bay Community School, Bristol Consolidated School, and South Bristol School are all moving forward with back-to-school plans that are similar to last year’s, but less stringent—with daily health screenings, masking indoors, and recommended physical distancing.
For the second year in a row, the Frances Perkins Center held its annual Garden Party online on Sunday, Aug. 15, honoring three leaders in and outside of Maine and celebrating significant grant awards toward the preservation of the Frances Perkins Homestead National Historic Landmark.
A house fire at 239 Hilton Road resulted in extensive damage beneath the building, but limited damage to the interior on the night of Friday, Aug. 13.
A nautical festival will set sail in the heart of Wiscasset with five days of street performances, music, scavenger hunts, food, races, and much more, beginning Wednesday, Aug. 18.
The Wiscasset Board of Selectmen voted 5-0 to postpone holding a special town meeting and will put the questions before the voters on a referendum vote in the November election.
A new surge of COVID-19, which LincolnHealth spokesperson Michelle Lunt says is likely driven by the more contagious Delta variant, continues in Lincoln County, with 32 new cases identified in the past week, up from 24 last week and 21 the week prior.
The Public Safety and Accessibility Collaborative conducted a survey this spring that illuminates some of the challenges faced by cyclists in Damariscotta.