Governor John Baldacci and Maine Emergency Management Agency Director Rob McAleer visited the Wiscasset Community Center to survey the power outage situation here in Lincoln County on Sunday night.
Damariscotta Police Department reports the following activity:
On Dec. 9, Tyanna A. Waters, 19, of Waterville was arrested of operating after suspension and summonsed to court for an unregistered motor vehicle and for failure to produce evidence of insurance
At their Dec. 18 meeting, the Lincoln County Television (LCTV) Board of Trustees celebrated moving into their new building, and beginning to set-up it as a television production studio.
A Kennebec County jury has determined that John A. Okie is criminally responsible for the murders of his father and school friend in July 2007.
Waldoboro-based Borealis Breads opens its new location on Dec. 17 located at 182 Ocean Avenue near Back Cove in Portland. Governor John Baldacci is scheduled to attend the grand opening ribbon cutting ceremony at the new bistro and bakery at 10 a.m. and praise the creation of 18 full and part time jobs.
During a meeting at the Waldoboro municipal building Dec. 4 the Maine Clammers Association asked the clam diggers of Waldoboro to work together to open the flats and to keep them open.
The drastic market fluctuations up and down recently, have multiple causes, local and national impacts, and possible solutions, all of which can be difficult for the layman to understand.
The Wiscasset Police report the following:
The Lincoln County Emergency Management Agency reports that as of 10 a.m. today, between 750-1000 citizens of Lincoln County remain without power. At the height of the storm Friday morning 12,800 residents were without power.
Marvin and Mia Farrin of Bristol are happy to announce the birth of their son, Malachi River Farrin. Malachi was born at Penobscot Bay Medical Center on Dec. 14, at 4:33 p.m.
Lagging revenue in the Highway Fund will force an immediate $9.7 million reduction to Department of Transportation projects this year, but a much larger problem looms in the form of a $500 million funding downturn.
The defense and state rested Thursday following Director of State Forensic Service Dr. Ann LeBlanc’s testimony in Kennebec County Superior Court that John Okie, 22, was not suffering from active psychosis when he murdered Alexandra “Aleigh” Mills and his father, John S. Okie in July 2007.
David J. and Toni Anne Osier of Bremen are very proud to announce the engagement of their daughter Vanessa Rose Osier to Derrick Allan Parlin, of Waldoboro.
Derrick is the son of Alice Parlin of Nobleboro and Ricky Parlin of Waldoboro.
Aliesha Routenburg, a recent graduate of the Maine Forest Ranger Academy, has been on the job for over a year. The territory she covers includes Jefferson, Nobleboro, Waldoboro, Rockland, Friendship, Cushing, South Thomaston and also island communities such as Vinalhaven.