Firefighters from all over the state spent this past Saturday attending a day-long conference at the Wiscasset High School sponsored by the Lincoln County Fire Academy training.
The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office is always ready to inform the public about a scam.
A smoky two-alarm fire occurred in a farmhouse at 318 Pond Rd. in Newcastle at around 2 p.m. on Oct. 28.
A completely revamped website for The Lincoln County News premiered Oct. 9 with a fresh look and a new domain name.
Damariscotta Bank & Trust President Thomas Finn asserts there are reasons why the community banks are weathering problems that have leveled some of the nation’s financial giants.
Sheridan Bond, Lincoln County commissioner representing District 3, will continue to build on his eight years of experience given voter permission.
The second company to present its proposal for a tidal waterpower project to Wiscasset selectmen described in depth its unique approach for possible future consideration Tuesday.
Skidompha Library Director Pam Gormley traveled to Washington D.C. to receive the National Medal for Museum and Library Service for Skidompha Library from Laura Bush at the White House Oct. 7.
Nobleboro Selectman Henry Simmons (R), in his race for the House District 50 seat, wants to address government responsibility and accountability.
Disputes about who supports who in races for public office was the focus Friday as the state’s ethics commission saw the definition of an “endorsement” challenged from multiple angles.
Fred Burnham and Lois Soohey are pleased to announce their engagement signifying the joining of their love, lives and families.
The Damariscotta Police report the following:
Across-the-board cuts of 10 percent in the state budget would eliminate dozens of positions and reduce numerous program services, but that’s what’s being explored by the Baldacci administration in the face of nose-diving revenues.
Clean drinking water will be in the spotlight Nov. 4 when voters will be asked, “Do you favor a $3,400,000 bond issue to support drinking water programs, to support the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and to leverage $17,000,000 in other funds?”