Bristol Consolidated School is losing one of its key personnel this year as Sue Shiminski retires from her role as administrative assistant for the school at the end of the current school year. Shiminski has completed 22 years of service to the school, serving under five different principals.
On Tuesday, June 11, the talent show at Bristol Consolidated School had a surprise ending. Principal Jennifer Ribeiro presided over a well-planned celebration of one of the school personnel who will be retiring at the close of this school year, Bob Onorato. Onorato has served the school as head custodian for 33 years.
Founded by a mother-daughter duo with their husbands in May 1998, Moody’s Gifts in Waldoboro is celebrating more than 20 years as a family business.
Newcastle voters approved a $2 million line of credit for a full rebuild of Academy Hill Road during annual town meeting in the Lincoln Academy Alumni Dining Commons on Monday, June 17.
Family, friends, and community members filled the Medomak Valley High School gym to watch 133 high school seniors graduate Wednesday, June 12.
Damariscotta voters approved all 44 articles on the warrant for annual town meeting by a wide margin, including a 4.2% increase in municipal spending and a new subdivision ordinance.
A vibrant and colorful new mural on the Newcastle-facing side of S. Fernald’s Country Store now greets all who enter downtown Damariscotta.
Two male juveniles broke into Alna’s old town office, smashed glass items, and spray-painted obscenities on the walls in early June.
A new map and guide showcases the activities and businesses of Whitefield and its villages, the work of a small group of volunteers.
The Damariscotta Board of Selectmen is recommending the award of an $859,834.50 contract to Hagar Enterprises Inc., of Damariscotta, for sidewalk construction on Bristol Road.
The Damariscotta River Grill has officially changed hands, but new owners Tim Beal and Tamara Dica say nothing will change and patrons can expect the same restaurant and the same “grown-up comfort food” they have come to know so well.
The sun was shining on the Lincoln Academy Class of 2019 for its outdoor commencement ceremony on the track field Thursday, June 6. A cool breeze, a handful of pleasant music performances by graduates, and hard-won wisdom carried the day at the school’s 141st commencement.
Waldoboro voters approved all 46 articles, including a 6.64% hike in municipal spending and new restrictions on fireworks, in the annual town meeting by referendum Tuesday, June 11.
Wiscasset voters opted for experience Tuesday, June 11, reelecting Selectman Katharine Martin-Savage and returning former Selectman Jefferson Slack to the board over newcomer Kim Dolce. Voters also approved a part-time planner and all other warrant articles in the annual town meeting by referendum.