Parents Melissa L. Burns and Nathan K. Yeaton of Bowdoin are proud to announce the birth of baby boy Tyler Nathan Yeaton, on Sept. 26.
Robert and Morgan Winslow of Waldoboro are pleased to announce the arrival of a baby girl, Rowan Isabelle Winslow.
The state medical examiner’s office has confirmed that the driver of a tractor-trailer truck involved in a single vehicle accident in
Lincoln County Property Transfers for the week of October 13-17.
Incumbent State Rep. Wendy Pieh (D-Bremen) plans to continue her work with natural resources, tax reform and energy concerns if re-elected to District 50, which covers Bremen, Waldoboro, Nobleboro and the eastern part of Jefferson.
Two drivers sustained minor injuries resulting from a collision between a car and truck on Rt. 1 in Waldoboro near the Manktown Road turnoff around 3 p.m. Thursday.
While Sept. 27 was gray and rainy, that didn’t quell the spirits inside Round Top’s Darrow’s Barn as Rising Tide Community Market celebrated its 30th anniversary.
Cynthia Amy Kaler and Brian Curtis Aragon were married Sept. 11 at Expedition Island, Green River, Wyo.
Chris and Angea Percival of Waldoboro are pleased to announce the arrival of a baby boy, Nathan Stuart.
Dustin R. and Elizabeth J. Robinson were married Sept. 20, at Beaver Lodge, in Hope. Pastor Nate Churchill officiated the ceremony.
More than $600,000 has been poured into the effort to sway voters one way or the other regarding Question 2 on the November ballot, but the vast majority of it has been donated and spent by those pushing for the question’s passage.
An elderly driver was transported to Miles Memorial Hospital with leg injuries when two cars smashed into each other at the intersection of Rt. 1 and the Sheepscot Road in Newcastle Monday afternoon.
On Oct 22 candidates expected to appear include Lincoln County Commissioner District 3 incumbent Sheridan Bond (R-Jefferson) and his opponent, un-enrolled candidate Josh Pinkham of Damariscotta. House District 53 contestants Tim Nason (D-Dresden) and Les Fossel (R-Alna), and District 50 Rep. Wendy Pieh (D-Bremen) and her opponent Henry Simmons (R-Nobleboro).
By the end of their meeting Oct. 15, the Damariscotta Board of Selectman agreed to split the difference on a $30,000 construction overage with a contractor and remove the board chairman Josh Pinkham and replace him with another former chairman, Dick McLean.