Units from Newcastle and Damariscotta Fire Departments are on the scene of a structure fire on Pond Rd. off Rt. 215 in Newcastle.
Terri Obert and LeRoy Jones were married Aug. 16 at Pemaquid Point Lighthouse in New Harbor.
Chuck and Megan Dinsmore of Damariscotta, and John and Kathleen McQuillan of Winthrop, Mass., are proud to present their first grandchild, Tess Oakley McQuillan, born July 3 at the Massachusetts General Hospital.
Inmates at the Two Bridges Regional Jail have been clearing brush and readying a large square patch of land in back of the jail to grow vegetables next spring.
It’s October, and that means dress up in pink, and join the 9th annual Breast Cancer Tennis Tournament on Thurs., Oct. 23 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the CLC YMCA in Damariscotta.
The Waldoboro Police Department reports the following activities from the previous week:
Dissatisfied property taxpayers met separately with the Whitefield Board of Selectmen at the board’s regular Monday meeting.
At the end of a contentious meeting Wednesday night, the Damariscotta Board of Selectmen voted to remove Josh Pinkham as chairman of the board and elect Dick McLean as chairman.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has awarded $3,458,802 for health initiatives across Maine.
For the third election in a row, about 80 percent of legislative candidates opted to fund their campaigns through the Maine Clean Election Act, shunning private donations for public funding.
Paula Silsby, U.S. Attorney for the District of Maine, announced that Oct. 23, U.S. District Judge D. Brock Hornby sentenced Steven P. Amato, age 53, of Yorkville, Cal., and formerly of Bremen, to two years in prison for healthcare fraud and tax fraud.
Parents Melissa L. Burns and Nathan K. Yeaton of Bowdoin are proud to announce the birth of baby boy Tyler Nathan Yeaton, on Sept. 26.
Launching with a big, one-day Early Bird breakfast on Nov. 1 from 5 a.m. to 10 a.m. and continuing regularly after Nov. 5, the Reunion Station Restaurant in Damariscotta will serve breakfast five days per week.
The submission Friday of a petition for a statewide referendum to repeal the state’s school administration consolidation effort tags Nov. 3, 2009 as the day the law might die.