For the first time since we started in 2015, there will not be a formal diaper drive this year. We are still distributing diapers and appreciate continuing support for this effort. We still welcome donations, mailed to the Ecumenical Diaper Bank, c/o Midcoast Friends Meeting, P.O. Box 714, Damariscotta, ME 04543. Checks should be made out to Damariscotta Baptist Church with “diapers” on the memo line.
I guess it takes a pandemic to realize how much I look forward to the weekly LCN. Its arrival is a little slower but worth the wait. Always.
We have been hearing many members of the public asking for an antibody test, only to be disappointed when learning that such a test is not available yet at LincolnHealth.
We are grateful for the presence and ongoing work of The Lincoln County News, especially during this pandemic. Your news keeps us all connected to our community in a meaningful way when social distancing is required.
We, the visionary progressives of America, do not feel defeat. Unlike many of my colleagues, friends, and family members, I have not felt an ounce of despair in facing the reality of Bernie Sanders’ suspended campaign.
During these challenging times, postal employees are working hard to ensure residents stay connected with their world through the mail. Whether it’s medications, a package, a paycheck, a benefits or pension check, or a bill or letter from a family member, postal workers understand that every piece of mail is important. While service like this is nothing new to us, we need our communities’ help with social distancing.
I would like to publicly thank Reilly’s grocery store in New Harbor for its wonderful service.
I have been a selectman for the town of Newcastle for the past 10 years and this is the first time in my tenure that we have needed to fill two coming vacancies. Ben Frey and Caroline Hatch have both decided to step down.
Lincoln County Communications/911, in conjunction with all public safety agencies that respond to Lincoln County, is taking measures to ensure the safety of our county’s residents and the first responder community.
We find ourselves dealing with an unprecedented health crisis. While plans are changing rapidly, the most important and consistent part of the plan is social distancing. COVID-19 is in our community, so we want to remind folks that we can all help by promoting social distancing.
Like hospitals and health care providers across the state, LincolnHealth has been working since the earliest reported case of COVID-19, or coronavirus, to prepare for a response when it is needed.
Everyone loves a mystery! Well, I’ve got one for you. Who are these women? What’s their story?
How did this photo of them end up in the thrift shop?
We, the undersigned educators of AOS 93, feel the need to respond to your editorial of Jan. 30, titled “Unsustainable,” and offer the following:
Kudos to Lincoln County News reporter Jessica Clifford for her tribute to Ken Chaney’s 100th birthday.
Dear Damariscotta-Newcastle business owners and local residents:
Now that the 2019 Damariscotta Pumpkinfest is behind us and we are looking toward our 14th festival, we have realized that we cannot continue to operate as we have in the past. There were a number of very vocal individuals and businesses who were critical of the Damariscotta Pumpkinfest Committee’s decisions. The committee is hosting an open discussion about whether Pumpkinfest will survive and prosper and, if it does, what changes must be made.