After a 23-minute public hearing and further discussion, the Wiscasset Planning Board approved an application to demolish the former Huber’s Market and build a Dollar General store in its place Monday, March 11.
There’s a woman in Waldoboro who’s making some very creative, unusual cakes and candies.
The St. Denis Food Pantry in Whitefield is now open two days a month instead of one and offers more choice to the Whitefield and Alna residents it serves.
The Damariscotta River Association will buy and preserve an 87.8-acre property in Damariscotta, once part of the Piper Village Subdivision.
A Somerville woman on her way to church escaped injury when her minivan rolled over on East Pond Road in Nobleboro, near Route 1, the morning of Sunday, March 3.
Boothbay Region girls basketball team captured the 2019 State Class C championship 33-25 over Penobscot Valley on March 2 at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor.
A Wiscasset car dealership will revive its giveaways of former loaner cars to local families in need, as a 2015 gift to an Alna family continues to benefit the community.
The driver of a FedEx truck was taken to the hospital with neck and chest pain after, due to icy conditions, the truck crashed into a tree on Kingfisher Road, near Pemaquid Point, on Friday, March 1.
A Waldoboro man’s photo of a pair of bald eagles sitting on a tree overwhelmingly won the February #LCNme365 photo contest.
The student council at Great Salt Bay Community School has completed one of its biggest projects ever – establishing a “comfort closet” with hygiene items and snacks for students in need.
The Bristol Parks and Recreation Department has won a $300,000 grant for the replacement of the pavilion at Pemaquid Beach Park. With the grant and another $330,000 already in hand, the department plans to start construction in September.
More than 100 people donned their finest period wear for the Through the Pages costume ball at Skidompha Library on Friday, Feb. 22 to support efforts to digitize the entire archives of The Lincoln County News.
Damariscotta’s ban on plastic shopping bags, which voters approved Nov. 6, 2018, will take effect Friday, March 1.
An electrical fire destroyed a ranch-style house at 6 Greenleaf Road in Westport Island the morning of Wednesday, Feb. 27. Three pets died, but a fourth survived. No one in the family of five that lives in the house was home when the fire started. Almost immediately, a community effort was building to support the family.