Nineteen years ago a bus from New York City arrived at Camp Kieve in Nobleboro carrying a group of people who suffered an unimaginable trauma. That bus held parents who lost children, wives who lost husbands, children who lost parents, whole families still aching with shock and grief as they approached the first anniversary the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attack on the World Trade Center that tore their lives apart.
Great Salt Bay Community School in Damariscotta canceled school on Friday, Sept. 10 to test carbon monoxide levels in the kitchen.
The terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, left an indelible impression on every American citizen and spurred Lincoln County residents to immediate and substantial action.
The Damariscotta Pumpkinfest & Regatta committee announced on Friday, Sept. 10, that all events are canceled this year, except the deployment of giant pumpkins decorated by local artists, on Main Street.
Like countless Americans, Emily Greenberg of Bremen has a vivid memory of the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, and like too many, she remembers realizing that one her friends was in the World Trade Center when it collapsed.
Newcastle’s Taniscot Engine Co. is hosting a public meeting concerning potential changes to the fire department at 9 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 11, at the Faith Baptist Church on Mills Road in Newcastle.
In the past week, 24 more Lincoln County residents tested positive for COVID-19, the same number as last week and down from 57 new cases the week prior.
The purchase and eventual revitalization of the former Round Pond United Methodist Church, known locally as the “White Church,” by the Helping Hands of Round Pond marks the beginning of what co-president Sarah Stevenson Matel calls a renaissance in the coastal village.
The Cronk Outdoor Supply sign, at 133 Gardner Road will soon be coming down after 60 years. Oscar Cronk, Jr. at the age of 91, announced recently he is retiring and sold his business to Pete Rickard Co. of Galetan, Pa., a supplier of hunting accessories.
As the fog rolled in and out of Friendship Harbor on the morning of Aug. 22, four women swam and paddled for three miles through the tidal waters. Seemingly inconspicuous in their kayak and wetsuits, these athletes raise more than $10,000 for the state’s only emergency medical helicopter service.
Lincoln County residents and visitors from both near and far wasted no time gathering for celebrations throughout the summer of 2021.
Students at several Lincoln County schools packed their backpacks, pocketed their lunch money, and headed back to the classroom this week for what everyone hopes will be a “normal” school year.
New COVID-19 cases identified in Lincoln County residents dipped this week to 24, after 57 new cases were identified last week.
Jack Puckey, the longest-serving member on the Newcastle Fire Company, never wanted to be chief of the department. He “just wanted to be a driver,” he said, during an interview at his home on Monday, Aug. 23.