The Bremen Board of Selectmen recently addressed concerns surrounding the Heath Road bridge project, reiterating the safety benefits of replacing the current one-lane bridge with a two-lane structure.
The Waldoboro Board of Selectmen has voted to hold an open special town meeting on proposed changes to the town’s dog ordinance.
A new church recently started holding mid-week services in Damariscotta
Medomak Valley High School senior Jackson Vail was crowned Mr. Medomak in a heated competition the night of Thursday, April 7. The satirical pageant starred eight Medomak Valley senior boys vying for the coveted title.
Dresden will vote at its annual June town meeting on whether to form an exploratory committee to examine withdrawal from RSU 2. The Dresden Board of Selectmen voted unanimously to add the article to the warrant Monday, April 4.
Lincoln County’s second community-owned solar farm, located at The Morris Farm in Wiscasset, went online Thursday, March 31. The installation, owned by the Morris Farm Community Solar Association, is generating renewable energy for the grid as the Maine Legislature enters the final stages of debate on a bill that could have a significant impact on Maine’s solar energy industry.
Special Olympics Maine has inducted a Waldoboro police officer into the organization’s hall of fame and honored him with its most prestigious award for his work on behalf of athletes.
For decades, Wiscasset volunteer firefighters have been able to wash their personal vehicles at the firehouse. The long-standing practice built camaraderie among the crew and brought volunteers into the station, which improved response time to calls, Wiscasset Fire Chief T.J. Merry said.
During the Lincoln County Board of Commissioners meeting on Tuesday, April 5, Sheriff Todd Brackett honored four deputies for outstanding service: Deputy 1st Class Brian Collamore, Deputy Ken Hatch, Detective Jared Mitkus, and Deputy James Read.
Boothbay Region children and their parents know how lucky they are to have a devoted teacher who volunteers her time to help develop young girls into better basketball players. Six years ago, Lauren Brown, physical education teacher at Boothbay Region Elementary School, started the Lady Dribblers for girls in grades one through five.
The uncertain future of RSU 12’s pre-kindergarten program came to an end with the passage of a federal spending bill that restored previously eliminated funds for a five-year grant RSU 12 won in 2014.
After purchasing the 31-acre Chapman Farm property in December, Inn Along the Way is moving closer to starting construction on an interdependent senior community in Damariscotta.
A former Jefferson Village School student and current sophomore at Lincoln Academy has proposed a project for the JVS school grounds as his Eagle Scout Project.
The Lincoln County News is pleased to welcome Christine LaPado-Breglia, who joined the editorial staff March 17 as a copy editor and reporter.