A new tax adopted in April by the Legislature was repealed by a vote of the people Tuesday, leaving the Dirigo Health insurance program to rely on its former funding method.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.
Two separate types of multi-million dollar electric power projects proposed for Wiscasset can function simultaneously without any interference from each other because no boundaries overlap, according to Peter Arnold, Chewonki Foundation sustainability coordinator.
The electricity went out around midnight this morning, Nov. 13 for more than 600 customers in Nobleboro, Bremen, and Waldoboro, because of a downed power line.
Lobster dealers around Maine have gathered together to address the crisis that has chilled the industry to an all-time low.
Abigail J. Winchenbach is proud to announce the birth of her baby boy, Christopher Cleveland Winchenbach on Nov. 12 at 4:33 a.m.
After Saturday, anyone seeking to obtain or renew a Maine license or identification card will have to prove their legal presence in the United States – even if they’ve lived here all their lives and are well-known by the people processing their request.
Becca Allen and Lee Smith of Nobleboro welcomed Lillianna Coco Smith, born Sept. 9 weighing 6 lbs. 15 1/2 oz. at Miles Memorial Hospital in Damariscotta.
Numerous referendum articles went before Lincoln County voters on Tuesday, with Somerville, Waldoboro, Nobleboro, and Whitefield officials reporting results.
The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office is always ready to inform the public about a scam.