Damariscotta attorney Peter Drum is pleased to announce that he recently formed a new law practice with his long-time friend and brother-in-law, Patrick Parson.
Wine and dine all year long with an annual membership to the Damariscotta River Grill’s Wine Club.
Ruth Etheridge, owner of Village Travel in Round Pond recently returned from attending the Home Based Travel Agent Show and Conference in Baltimore, Md.
A clothes dryer burst into flames, igniting a mobile home on the Lynch Rd. in Newcastle Monday morning.
Upheaval in the financial markets decreased the value of the state employee pension plan by an estimated 25 percent since January, siphoning away more than $2.4 billion since the beginning of the year.
Echoing the state and national figures, Lincoln County voters went to the polls in record numbers on Nov. 4.
Mr. and Mrs. Troy Osgood of Bristol are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Ashley Marie Osgood, to Dustin James Carter, son of Edward Carter of Nobleboro and Sandra Carter of Newport.
A Bremen fisherman has filed a civil suit against Lincoln County and the Town of Bremen for a summer 2007 boating accident causing loss of fish from his nets off Ram Island.
The November 2004 election marked an all-time low for the number of women in the Maine legislature, an auspicious milestone that won’t be repeated if a leadership training program for women achieves its goals.
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.