Federal, state, and county investigation led to the seizure of thousands of unlicensed marijuana plants and hundreds of pounds of processed marijuana last month in what may be the largest marijuana growing bust in Lincoln County’s history.
In romance movies, love can look like running through an airport, kissing in the rain, or candlelit dinners in a quiet restaurant. While those events can still happen in real life, love’s maintenance and kindling happens in smaller moments: affirming texts, holding hands in the kitchen, or remembering the little things.
Five years of growth at Alna’s Wiscasset, Waterville & Farmington Railway Museum have created a need to rebuild one of the original railway’s locomotives from scratch. The museum’s work overlaps with longtime dreams for a number of its members, including the project manager.
On Tuesday, Jan. 23, Tidewater Telecom Inc. installed the last segment of fiber-optic cable along Crabapple Drive in Bremen, officially bringing broadband availability to all mainland addresses within the town.
Though the snow cover in Jefferson has ebbed and flowed this winter, the commitment of the town’s small but mighty SnoPackers Snowmobile Club is unwavering.
S. Fernald’s Country Store did its last day of business in the hands of the Richards family on Saturday, Feb. 3 before selling to four local admirers who raised almost $40,000 in a month to buy it.
When Great Salt Bay Community School’s head bus driver Debby Newell makes her rounds of Damariscotta and Newcastle each weekday, she increasingly sees drivers pause, look her in the eyes, and keep driving – a criminal offense.
A serious two-vehicle crash on Route 27 in Edgecomb just before 7 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 8 prompted the road’s closure for several hours while responders rerouted traffic around the scene.
Gabe Hagar joined a short list of Lincoln Academy basketball legends by scoring his 1,000th career point in the second quarter of the Eagles’ 77-28 win over Leavitt on Friday, Feb. 2 in the Eagles’ nest.
Life presents itself in a series of challenges, and how individuals rise and respond to these trials reveals who they are. For Rifat Zaidi, of Newcastle, a well-known orthopedic surgeon at LincolnHealth’s Miles Campus in Damariscotta, award-winning photographer, cook, and director of a girl’s school in Pakistan, the way he’s met those challenges has revealed his determination and his imagination.
If an AOS 93 school repeats the feat of winning the statewide Great Maine Book Tournament this year, Great Salt Bay Community School students will be at the helm.
To archaeologist Harbour Mitchell, every fragment of pottery tells a story – and in Waldoboro, he said, the earth is dense with stories like nowhere else in Maine.
Just over a year has passed since the landmark Alna Store was reborn again as an elevated restaurant and market under the ownership of Jasper Ludwig and Brian Haskins. With national and state recognition already under their belts at a level unprecedented for Lincoln County, owners are continuing to put local identity first.
After nearly a year of discussion and research from the South Bristol Aquaculture Committee, members will not recommend the development of an aquaculture ordinance at the upcoming annual town meeting in the spring.