The second company to present its proposal for a tidal waterpower project to Wiscasset selectmen described in depth its unique approach for possible future consideration Tuesday.
The legality of advertising and hosting the commissioner candidates’ forum, though effective in drawing a crowd Tuesday night, has been challenged.
Skidompha Library Director Pam Gormley traveled to Washington D.C. to receive the National Medal for Museum and Library Service for Skidompha Library from Laura Bush at the White House Oct. 7.
Wiscasset town clerk Sandy Johnson has been fired following her arrest on a charge of theft by deception Oct. 9.
MSAD 40 will hold a public hearing regarding heating upgrades, and will discuss the question to be put on the Nov. 4 ballot asking whether funds should be allocated to improve the MVHS’s heating system.
Joshua Pinkham is running as an independent for District 3 Lincoln County Commissioner and hopes people will vote for him on Nov. 4, because he wants to make sure the county grows in a smart fashion.
In support of the Maine Lobster Industry, four Boothbay region B&Bs will be pampering their guests this winter by adding a lobster option to their breakfast menus.
A parade of trucks gathered at the home of Harvey Perkins to pay tribute to a father, friend, and fellow truck driver who lost his life in a recent truck accident.
Whitefield Fire Dept. was paged out to the scene of a vehicle accident involving a bobcat Tuesday night on Townhouse Road.
Chief Jim Brann said the incident was taken care of before units could respond and they were turned back.
Ellen Poulin Archer, 41, Damariscotta, keeping dangerous dog, dismissed.
Larry Arnold, 23, Augusta, unlawful possession of scheduled drug, $400, Two Bridges Regional Jail 3 days.
The 2008 Maine New Century Community Program Historical Facilities Grants and Historical Museum Collections Grants are now available.
The Waldoboro Police Department reports the following activities from the previous week:
On the top of David Trahan’ list of goals as he runs for the Senate District 20 seat are fighting to maintain government accountability, establishing a community college in Lincoln County and passing legislation for first responders.
Dissatisfied property taxpayers met separately with the Whitefield Board of Selectmen at the board’s regular Monday meeting.