The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued a Winter Storm Watch for a weather front that has been chugging across the country and is expected to arrive in Lincoln County Weds. evening. According to the NWS, the Winter Storm Watch was issued because there is a “significant potential for snow, sleet or ice accumultaions” of “over 6 inches” during the event.
Matthew Cushing, 22, is set to plead guilty for the Feb. 20 killing of his mother and stepfather, Carol and Christopher Bolduc, and his half brother, Joshua Bolduc, and then setting the family home in Old Orchard Beach on fire, defense attorney Joel Vincent said.
Architects discussed bricks, flooring, and room locations as part of a public forum discussion during a regular Jefferson School Board meeting Wednesday night.
The Damariscotta Hannaford store reopened for business as usual Feb. 4 after a problem with the roof prompted the store’s sudden closure at 2 p.m. Tuesday.
As temperatures plummeted into the single digits Tuesday evening, hundreds of Lincoln County residents were still without power for the second full night in a row, and may be waiting through another night without electricity according to Central Maine Power (CMP).
At 5:25 p.m. on Mon. the Lincoln County Emergency Management Agency (LCEMA) announced that an overnight shelter for power outage victims will open at 6 p.m. at the Wiscasset Community Center located at 242 Gardiner Road in Wiscasset.
Proud parents Steven Butler Hufnagel and Liza Fleming-Ives of Damariscotta, announce the birth of a baby boy, Nathaniel Ware Hufnagel.
Wine consumption in the U.S., as well as around the world, is on the rise. According to a new report released last Tuesday by the International Wine and Spirit Record, the U.S. is poised to become the top wine consumer in the world by 2012. Maine is no different.
Homeland Security has award Lincoln County’s Emergency Management Agency (EMA) a $17,756 grant for training to improve county preparedness and response capabilities.
Students have a higher chance for success and will be least likely to drop out at Medomak Valley High School thanks to their Student Achievement Center and Accipiter Program.
A boat moored in Wiscasset sank last week, but the owner’s use of some Yankee ingenuity helped retrieve it to meet the harbormaster’s deadline Friday.
Chad Strater discovered his 1946 Chesapeake Bay cruiser built by Willis Brothers partially sank last Monday in the harbor leaving only a bit of the bow and cabin visible.
Police have arrested two students and charged them with Terrorizing, a felony, in the Thursday morning evacuation of Medomak Valley High School as a result of a bomb threat.
A Superior Court Justice has reversed his own earlier ruling in favor of the town of South Bristol, awarding legal fees and financial penalties in the case of a local landowner who admitted to cutting down 47 trees within the town’s shoreland zone in Oct. 2006.
The Lincoln County Emergency Management Agency (LCEMA) is encouraging residents to look out for each other while power outages affect many areas of the county. As nightfall approaches on Mon., low temps in the upper teens and winds from west-northwest at 15-25 mph will mean a dangerously cold overnight for those without heat.