Yes, Julie Keizer is from New Jersey, and yes, she really is the granddaughter of a clam digger.
In this article we will answer a question asked by so many people. Why did the average Maine and local dairy farmer here in Lincoln County have such large families?
Bernie DeLisle’s life has taken him from the near shores of Rhode Island to the far frontlines in Vietnam, from running an upscale French restaurant on Martha’s Vineyard to starting an art gallery in Damariscotta for veterans. Wherever he may be, the longtime business owner and chef knows, better than most, that life is best enjoyed with its fabled pairing: variety.
I started writing with a small group of women at the Lincoln Home in January 2021. My friend, Kim Traina, who handles marketing and is deeply committed to The Lincoln Home, had mentioned a few residents were interested in writing memoirs. Kacie Orff, activities director, was hoping to bring more offerings into The Lincoln Home. COVID-19 was raging, vaccines were not available, and the residents were staying put without seeing family and friends. Little did I know my time there would be the balm I needed in a painful point in my own life.
“Mrs. Dunn, can you read us a story before you go?” asked Hannah.
Born in Newcastle, Maddy Kallin calls Dresden her home. With 17 years full of hiking, running, and traveling, Kallin’s life could hardly be called stationary.
When the lights go down, the pulse goes up. Come find out for yourself at The Waldo Theatre!
Community is not a passive activity, and for Wayne Farrin, a South Bristol native and Jefferson resident, getting involved has been a natural part of living in the Midcoast.
The citizens of Damariscotta and the state of Maine have just celebrated another Fourth of July. This marks our 247th Fourth of July. This past week our town of Damariscotta was blessed with the sight of the American flag flying everywhere.
It’s not possible to remember everything — that’s what sticky notes and old friends are for — but on memory’s crowded bulletin board, those early memories can get covered up.
The town of Damariscotta is in the midst of revising its comprehensive plan. This column is the place to stay up to date with the progress of the Comprehensive Plan Committee, find opportunities to share hopes and dreams for the town, and learn how to get involved.
The sun is bright here on Round Top and it is 63 degrees at 10:15 a.m. on this first day of summer, and everything around my home is so green. We have had a lot of rain and cloudy days this month of June.
The summer solstice has arrived and in Maine it means that the lobster season is in full swing. It seems that the bright crustacean is part of every tourist destination plan, and those of us who live here year around savor it as well. Unfortunately, the sticker price for this icon of Maine has succumbed to recent inflation along with everything else.
In addition to our food security work, Healthy Lincoln County is also a substance prevention organization. In the realm of substance use care, prevention is the field that works to prevent the initial use of substances that can lead to substance use disorder. However, the prevention world has come a long way from the days of “just say no.”