On Nov. 4, Reserve Officer Mark Doe took a complaint of a missing miniature chihuahua.
County EMA Director Tim Pellerin kept county commissioners guessing what he held in a cardboard box and suggested it might be something of a suspicious nature.
Energy audits show that Maine houses lose more winter heat through air leaks than any other causes and that, of the 477,000 homes in the state, over 90 percent would benefit greatly from weatherization.
Some 10,000 fliers will go out to civic organizations, churches, and various locations informing Lincoln County citizens where they can get help this winter for heating in the communities throughout the county.
The Maine Supreme Court rendered a decision Oct. 21, finding for the town of Bristol and for the Lincoln County Commissioners in denying an appeal on behalf of the Bristol Taxpayers’ Association heard in oral argument in June.
The problems that drove the big three auto manufacturers to visit Washington D.C. last week asking for an economic bailout, is creating a trickle down effect on local car dealers.
Revenues for the next biennium will dive $331.4 million dollars below current levels, members of the Revenue Forecasting Committee predicted Friday.
Owing perhaps to the nature of the business, funeral homes can seem to be a forbidding place.
Jessica Libby and Nathaniel Winchenbach of Friendship are pleased to announce the arrival of a baby girl, Remi Elizabeth Winchenbach, born in Rockport at Pen Bay Medical Center on October 4.
All articles and a question passed, ballot counters discovered after completing the municipal end of Election Day results on Nov. 6. Special Town Meeting Warrant Articles two through five all passed.
The Nobleboro Historical Society and Nobleboro Central School are working together to preserve the stories of war and the lives of local veterans.
Brian M. Bailey II, 22, Rockland, violating condition of release, Two Bridges Regional Jail 48 hours.
Several vans from the state’s Animal Welfare Program pulled up last week at 411 Townhouse Rd., Whitefield, to remove dozens of breeding dogs and a number of cats from the home of Bryant and Laura Castle.
Still going strong after six years, Lincoln County Family Holiday Wishes, is hoping to top last year’s effort providing holiday gifts and dinners to families in need.