A storm that was supposed to swing south of Lincoln County has already dropped 3.5 inches of snow on the Bristol peninsula, and a Winter Storm Watch has already been issued regarding another storm expected to arrive Sun. afternoon, according to the National Weather Service (NWS).
Tom Finn, President of Damariscotta Bank & Trust Company (DB&T) is pleased to announce that Samantha Page has recently been promoted to Assistant Vice President.
Putting the finishing details on a log dollhouse has kept a couple of inmates at Two Bridges Regional Jail in Wiscasset busy as the Dec. 17 date to raffle their creation off to raise funds for Lincoln County seniors approaches.
To honor his late father and in support of the alewife fish ladder in Damariscotta Mills, Linwood Palmer III, is selling Christmas trees at his home in Nobleboro.
The Wiscasset Police Dept. reports the following activities form the previous week:
A $50 million projected budget overage flagged last month isn’t as bad as first thought, but fixing it will still affect services for developmentally disabled people that allow them to live outside of institutions.
By Tammy L.R. Meserve
Superintendent Eileen King, 51, of Boothbay Harbor has been named Maine’s 2009 Superintendent of the Year.
Bernadine Pozerycki and Peter Brackett of Waldoboro are pleased to announce the arrival of a baby girl, Kamaryn Brackett.
On Oct. 30, Coastal Enterprises, Inc., (CEI) a non-profit community development and finance organization, announced that it has received a $50,000 grant from The Home Depot Foundation to make improvements to the Western Glen development in Farmington.
After being accused of unlawful sexual contact and transferred to Two Bridges Regional Jail in early August, disabled Damariscotta resident Walter Newton is still being held in their Mental Health Stabilization Unit pending another court hearing.
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 final recount of Nov. 4 election results concluded Friday afternoon, with election night tallies standing up in every case.
The long awaited 2007 audit of the Boothbay Region Humane Society (BRHS) shows the organization has net assets of $2 million.
Carolyn Boyd and Dustin LaBrie of Damariscotta Mills are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Lillian Piper LaBrie.