The Lincoln County Budget Advisory Committee concluded its review of the county’s fiscal year 2017 budget Thursday, Oct. 27, approving an $11,112,592 budget, a 1.52 percent increase over the previous year’s budget.
The Oct. 28 dress rehearsal of Heartwood Regional Theater Company and Lincoln Academy’s production of the Melanie Marnich play “These Shining Lives” revealed a well-rehearsed and very capable cast and crew consisting entirely of Lincoln Academy students.
The work of Damariscotta artist Bernice Masse Rosenthal – painted wood assemblage and ink-on-paper collage – currently occupies the walls and sections of the floors of two rooms at the Pemaquid Watershed Association’s office-gallery on Main Street in Damariscotta.
The Maine Press Association has named Lincoln County News reporter Abigail W. Adams the 2015-2016 recipient of the Bob Drake Young Writer’s Award.
The Wiscasset Wastewater Treatment Plant is facing a Maine Department of Environmental Protection fine for violations resulting from a malfunction of the plant’s processing system in 2015.
The CLC YMCA has announced that the vision of a newly updated Y is six months and $1.5 million away from reality. It’s no secret that capital fundraising has been underway to build a sustainable new facility to support its growing, 10-town, 25-mile service area.
The afternoon of Monday, Oct. 10, Dr. Carol Eckert went on a bike ride through her Windsor neighborhood.
Two doctors from Full Circle Family Medicine will offer an innovative practice model in Damariscotta beginning in 2017.
A few weeks after graduating from Bentley University, Malcolm Oliver turned pro, just like his father Leon before him.
The Bristol Parks and Recreation Commission presented its proposal to create the position of parks and recreation director during a public information session at the Bristol town office Tuesday, Oct. 25.
Maine Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap talked about the upcoming election during an appearance in Newcastle on Tuesday, Oct. 25.
Bowdoin businessman Guy Lebida, a newcomer to state politics, is seeking election to Senate District 23 on a conservative platform that includes lower taxes, no welfare for non-citizens, small government, and deregulation.
Small businesses, agriculture, and education are key components to Maine’s economic future, Senate District 23 candidate Eloise Vitelli, D-Arrowsic, said.
After three months, a popular Damariscotta restaurant reopened for business Wednesday, Oct. 26.