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.
Staff members of The Lincoln County News will be busy tonight as local election results start coming in after the polls close at 8 p.m.
Those results will be posted here at The Lincoln County News website as soon as they are received, according to editor Sherwood Olin.
The Waldoboro Police report the following:
Nov. 17, Officer Michel Dutil is investigating a report from Megan Legasse, who reported someone broke into her vehicle while it was parked at Hannaford and stole her purse and medication, $110 value.
The long awaited 2007 audit of the Boothbay Region Humane Society (BRHS) shows the organization has net assets of $2 million.
Concerned about the affect of the economy on Maine’s lobstering industry, businesses in Midcoast Maine have begun organizing grassroots events to revitalize the market and show support for local fishermen.
Revenues for the next biennium will dive $331.4 million dollars below current levels, members of the Revenue Forecasting Committee predicted Friday.
Jessica Libby and Nathaniel Winchenbach of Friendship are pleased to announce the arrival of a baby girl, Remi Elizabeth Winchenbach, born in Rockport at Pen Bay Medical Center on October 4.
The Nobleboro Historical Society and Nobleboro Central School are working together to preserve the stories of war and the lives of local veterans.
The Bremen Lobster Realty Co-op hopes to remove the decaying hull of a wooden schooner, make repairs to their lobster pound and purchase new equipment with funds offered to them by a grant from the Working Waterfront Access Pilot Program.
A 38-year-old Wiscasset woman, reported missing early Friday morning, notified police around midnight Friday of her whereabouts and safety at an undisclosed location.
Beginning after 8 p.m. Tuesday night Nov. 4, The Lincoln County News will be posting local election results and updates as they are received here in our Newcastle office.