A freak wave Monday in Boothbay Harbor, believed generated by the high winds yesterday, stood up high enough to do some damage to a dock.
The submission Friday of a petition for a statewide referendum to repeal the state’s school administration consolidation effort tags Nov. 3, 2009 as the day the law might die.
Churches and volunteer groups from Jefferson and Whitefield are raising funds for the Damariscotta-based Community Energy Fund by hosting a spaghetti dinner on Sat., Oct 18.
Question 2 on the November ballot is the Casino question, asking voters, “Do you want to allow a certain Maine company to have the only casino in Maine, to be located in Oxford County, if part of the revenue is used to fund specific state programs?”
Eunice B. Cushing, 86, of Norridgewock, died Sept. 26 at the
The Wiscasset Police Report the following:
Two weeks ago, Union 74 Superintendent Bob Bouchard and other superintendents around Maine received a letter from Maine Education Commissioner Susan Gendron.
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