Although theft and vandalism to election signs sometimes occurs during election time, this year seems to be worse than ever in various part of Lincoln County, according to several observers and county officials of both parties.
Sheriff Todd Brackett reports the following:
On Oct. 8, Deputy Todd Chilton received a report of a theft of a motorcycle in the Dresden area. The complainant stated that around 10 p.m., he was awakened by his dog barking.
Central Maine Power Company’s (CMP) Brunswick Service Center is under new management, servicing customers in the Midcoast from Yarmouth to Waldoboro.
Mr. and Mrs. Miles (Mickey) McFarland are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Caitlin Mary McFarland, to Alfred Nathan Bonyun, son of Paul and Brenda Bonyun of Westport.
Robert and Morgan Winslow of Waldoboro are pleased to announce the arrival of a baby girl, Rowan Isabelle Winslow.
The Lincoln County News will host the first of two candidate’s forums at the
A freak wave Monday in Boothbay Harbor, believed generated by the high winds yesterday, stood up high enough to do some damage to a dock.
Churches and volunteer groups from Jefferson and Whitefield are raising funds for the Damariscotta-based Community Energy Fund by hosting a spaghetti dinner on Sat., Oct 18.
Eunice B. Cushing, 86, of Norridgewock, died Sept. 26 at the
Proud parents Steve and Leslie (Pinkham) Daroche announce the birth of their son, Samuel Walter Daroche, at birth weighing in at eight pounds, 14 ounces, on May 18.
Planners of Whitefield’s 2009 Bicentennial voted to include fireworks in the festivities next summer.
A statewide emergency test will take place this Saturday involving ham radio operators throughout the state including Lincoln County. The test will simulate a computer virus attack that causes national communications and utilities outages.
The state medical examiner’s office has confirmed that the driver of a tractor-trailer truck involved in a single vehicle accident in
Incumbent State Rep. Wendy Pieh (D-Bremen) plans to continue her work with natural resources, tax reform and energy concerns if re-elected to District 50, which covers Bremen, Waldoboro, Nobleboro and the eastern part of Jefferson.