High winds tore down trees and power lines all over the state as a powerful storm system passed through Nov. 25.
Five crafty and artistic friends have formed Artful Goods, a community craft cooperative, to sell their handmade wares during the holiday season this year.
Less than two months ago, David Monti, 32, of Damariscotta was a dying man. Diagnosed with failed kidneys due to diabetes in 2007 and determined to be too weak to survive a transplant, Monti was in dire straits.
In a wartime environment like Iraq, much destruction occurs in mopping up operations, but Dresden veteran 2nd Lt. Joe Cowing had the privilege of literally building things up during a 16-month tour of duty.
(posted 11/5 at 2:45 a.m.) Most Lincoln County towns have reported their voting results from the election on Tues., but several of those that haven’t reported yet could significantly effect some races that are still in doubt.
Towns reporting as of this posting: Alna, Boothbay, Bremen, Bristol, Dresden, Edgecomb, Jefferson, Monhegan, Newcastle, Nobleboro, South Bristol, Westport Island and Wiscasset…
The Wiscasset Police Dept. reports the following activities form the previous week:
By Tammy L.R. Meserve
Superintendent Eileen King, 51, of Boothbay Harbor has been named Maine’s 2009 Superintendent of the Year.
On Oct. 30, Coastal Enterprises, Inc., (CEI) a non-profit community development and finance organization, announced that it has received a $50,000 grant from The Home Depot Foundation to make improvements to the Western Glen development in Farmington.
On Nov. 4, Reserve Officer Mark Doe took a complaint of a missing miniature chihuahua.
Energy audits show that Maine houses lose more winter heat through air leaks than any other causes and that, of the 477,000 homes in the state, over 90 percent would benefit greatly from weatherization.
The Maine Supreme Court rendered a decision Oct. 21, finding for the town of Bristol and for the Lincoln County Commissioners in denying an appeal on behalf of the Bristol Taxpayers’ Association heard in oral argument in June.
An early morning Friday fire forced a Barter Island couple and their two small children to flee to safety with their dog before the blaze gutted the inside.
Having returned from his seven-month tour of duty in Iraq just over two years ago, this week Marine Jim Hovance, of South Bristol, reflected on his tour of duty, and the current issues surrounding that conflict.