Jeffrey and Nicole Stone of Waldoboro proudly announce the birth of their baby girl, Paige Nicole Stone, born on Oct. 31 at 1:57 a.m. at the Navigator Hotel in Rockland.
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.
Stephen Prior and Jennifer Rosa of Bremen are pleased to announce the arrival of a baby girl Isabella Ann.
Echoing the state and national figures, Lincoln County voters went to the polls in record numbers on Nov. 4.
The Dept. of Transportation (DOT) has a new twist to its Gateway One project to reduce traffic congestion along Rt. 1.
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.
Kris Goldston and Greg Weinand of Waldoboro were joined in marriage on Oct. 11 in Searsport.
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.
Hannaford Supermarkets is ranked fifth among the 10 healthiest grocery stores in America according to a survey in the November issue of Health magazine.
(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…
Proud parents Jenna and Derek Hanna announce the birth of their baby girl, Natalie Elizabeth Hanna on Nov. 12, at Miles Memorial Hospital in Damariscotta.
Baby girl Natalie weighed seven pounds, four ounces at birth.
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.
Jessica Toothaker and Nathaniel Kane of Phippsburg are pleased to announce the arrival of a baby girl Natalee Mae Kane.
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.