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.
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.
A new tax adopted in April by the Legislature was repealed by a vote of the people Tuesday, leaving the Dirigo Health insurance program to rely on its former funding method.
The Lincoln County News will be publishing a day early in two weeks (Tues., Nov. 25) due to the Thanksgiving holiday.
Advertising copy deadline is Friday, Nov. 21, 5 p.m.; News copy, Monday, Nov. 24, 5 p.m.
People in Lincoln County are cold and hungry, volunteers at nonprofit groups are staggering under the avalanche of need and Waldoboro town officials are working to find a way to help all concerned.
Deirdre J. Reilly and Matthew K. Lavoie were married on Aug. 17, by the Rev. David Ray, at the Old Walpole Meeting House, South Bristol. The ceremony was followed by a reception at The Bradley Inn, Pemaquid Point.
A call by Gov. John Baldacci for 10 percent across-the-board budget reduction proposals translates to $178 million in the Dept. of Health and Human Services.
The wedding of Denise West and Brian Carver took place on Oct. 4 at the Small Point Baptist Church in Phippsburg.