The amount of money the state will be forced to cut services for developmentally disabled people is shrinking, meaning the impact on what some call “Maine’s most vulnerable population” will be less severe than initially expected.
With just weeks (and counting) before the general election on Nov. 4, The Lincoln County News sponsored the first of two forums on Oct. 15 at Mobius Center in Damariscotta, which resulted in a lively discussion between the nine candidates present.
The Jefferson Board of Selectmen will hold a public hearing at the town office on Nov. 10 at 7 p.m. for the purpose of discussion and reaching a solution as to the request for a junkyard in town.
A debate over whether a new tax should fund the Dirigo Health program has both sides criticizing the process that led to Question 1 on the Nov. 4 ballot.
To the Editor:
This letter is in support of Rep. Wendy Pieh’s bid for re-election to the State House District 50, which includes
Krystle Dawn Hewson, daughter of Dawn Libby-Lynch and Peter Lynch of Warren and Mark Hewson of Jefferson, and Christian Paul Gagne, son of Paul and Nancy Gagne of Oakland exchanged their marriage vows in a beautiful ocean side ceremony Sept. 6, at the Captain A.V. Nickels Inn in Searsport. The dinner reception immediately followed in the ballroom of the inn.
Washington Republican John Stewart is making his second bid for the state legislature.
Just as I was biting into a carmelized onion turnover at a dinner to benefit Coastal Kids Preschool at the 1812 Barn in Bristol Mills Friday night, a member of the kitchen staff collapsed on the floor.
Even with slowly dropping fuel prices, local lobstermen are having trouble making ends meet with the high cost of bait and low off-the-boat prices offered for their catch.
Some Lincoln Academy students and local members of Citizens Offering New Alternatives (CONA) may take advantage of free and discount offers for a nationally recognized environmental conference to be held in Portland on the weekend of Oct. 17-19.
Firefighters from all over the state spent this past Saturday attending a day-long conference at the Wiscasset High School sponsored by the Lincoln County Fire Academy training.
In this present economy we’re enduring, with our government in a state of economic turmoil, financial bailouts in process and sheer bedlam prevailing in our society, we citizens should be more vigilant than ever on where we have invested our money.
Volunteer groups and officials in the town of Waldoboro are working out many of the issues needed to stabilize relief efforts for those at risk of losing heating resources this winter.
Nobleboro Selectman Henry Simmons (R), in his race for the House District 50 seat, wants to address government responsibility and accountability.