Forty-four seniors graduated from Wiscasset Middle High School on Friday, June 12 in a drive-in ceremony at Wiscasset Speedway.
The three candidates for the Democratic nomination in Maine House District 90 and one candidate for county commissioner talked about policing reform, access to health care, and prospects for post-COVID-19 economic recovery during a forum Tuesday, June 9.
Finding Our Voices, a Camden-based nonprofit focused on ending domestic violence and intimate partner abuse, hung banners in the windows of Lincoln County businesses to raise awareness of the issue Thursday, June 11.
One hundred and twenty seniors at Medomak Valley High School in Waldoboro crossed a makeshift stage Wednesday, June 10 to receive diplomas as their families applauded from inside cars in the student parking lot.
After delays due to issues with materials, Damariscotta’s on-site inspector now expects the Bristol Road sidewalk project in Damariscotta to be complete by Friday, June 26.
Businesses from Damariscotta’s Main Street and beyond set up stands, shelves, and tables on the sidewalk Saturday, June 13, for the first in a series of weekly open-air markets.
Maine State Police are investigating the death of a former Waldoboro resident on Vinalhaven the night of Sunday, June 14.
A pickup truck stolen from Rockport was set on fire outside the Lincoln County Fish & Game Club of Waldoboro on Friday night. The fire consumed the truck and spread to the side of the clubhouse, but a swift response minimized damage to the structure.
The family of Gregori Jackson, the Whitefield 18-year-old shot and killed by a Waldoboro police officer in 2007, made an emotional plea for the officer’s prosecution during a press conference in Augusta on Thursday, June 11.
The Bristol Mills fish ladder is in the midst of a banner year, though this may be its last. Well over 100,000 alewives have ascended the ladder thus far in the migratory season, stretching the aging ladder’s capacity and working volunteers hard.
Five candidates to represent Lincoln County towns in the Maine House of Representatives discussed the COVID-19 emergency, nationwide protests, and climate change during a candidates forum at the Lincoln County Television studio in Newcastle on Thursday, June 4.
Joanna Breen, executive director of Boothbay Harbor Memorial Library, joked that the restrictions on public gatherings in place due to COVID-19 have almost been a dream come true for librarians – the shelves are neat, the reading rooms are quiet.
Newcastle’s Lincoln Academy conducted a physically distant graduation ceremony, adhering to state public health guidelines, on the William A. Clark Field on Friday, June 5.
The four candidates for two seats on the Waldoboro Board of Selectmen will field questions during a forum June 16.