The Damariscotta Planning Board gave final approval to the relocation of Greenport Cannabis Co. and approved a pre-application for the town’s first recreational marijuana business Monday, May 4.
Spear Farms will honor a former employee of its Nobleboro stand, who recently died of COVID-19 in Florida, by renaming the peanut butter fudge it makes with her recipe.
Bristol has only one bid to plow its roads for the next three or five years, and the annual amount is 50% higher than what it pays now.
After more than two weeks with no new confirmed cases, Lincoln County saw one new COVID-19 case Thursday, April 30. With one more recovery, the number of confirmed active cases in the county remains at two.
A group of volunteers led by a Damariscotta resident is sewing medical-grade face masks and building frames for face shields to supply workers in health care and other essential fields.
The organizers of the Damariscotta Pumpkinfest have canceled the 2020 festival.
“Tirdy Works,” the truTV show starring Somerville’s Mary Winchenbach and her business of the same name, will premiere at 10 p.m., Tuesday, May 5.
With 72% of votes cast, Dick Morrison’s photo of birds flying over Boothbay Harbor easily won the April #LCNme365 photo contest.
Alna Second Selectman Doug Baston apologized Wednesday, April 22 for his recent comparison of certain voters to anti-Semites and white nationalists, while calling the voters’ actions “poisonous” and asking any who regret their votes to inform the town office.
At press time Wednesday, April 29, Lincoln County has not had a confirmed case of COVID-19 in two weeks. All but two of the 12 residents who have tested positive for the respiratory illness have recovered, leaving only two known active cases.
Waldoboro officials will revisit the 2020-2021 municipal budget amid anticipation of a drop in revenue due to coronavirus-related economic turmoil.
Demand at Lincoln County food pantries is up due to the coronavirus crisis – one pantry says it has doubled – but growth in donations and cooperation between organizations has allowed pantries to meet the need for the last six weeks.
A 77-year-old seasonal resident of Edgecomb who was an officer on the town’s volunteer fire department died of complications from COVID-19 on April 19. Family and fellow firefighters remember him for his knowledge and spirit of volunteerism.
Wiscasset Middle High School eighth grader Sullivan “Sully” Joyce is busy during the pandemic, juggling schoolwork with around-the-clock production of mask extenders, or “ear savers,” for health care workers. Sully, during a phone interview Saturday, April 25, said he was motivated to act when he learned that, due to a shortage of N95 masks, health […]