Wiscasset Fire Chief T.J. Merry has been removed from his position for his handling of the Huber’s Market training burn Aug. 4.
Whitefield Elementary School has three new teachers this year, each with extensive experience in the profession.
Damariscotta will make minor adjustments to its draft medical and “adult use,” or recreational, marijuana ordinances after a first public hearing Aug. 28.
The Whitefield Roll of Honor, a monument to veterans of World War I and World War II, looks brand new after the local senior men’s group completed repairs in early August.
Nobleboro septuagenarian Jack Studley has made quite the name for himself on the tractor pulling circuit at Maine fairs. In 2018 he won two point series championships. So far this season, he has taken first at the Skowhegan and Windsor fairs.
With 72.5% of votes cast, Bruce Skinner, of Carver, Mass., won the August #LCNme365 photo contest with a photo from a recent hiking trip.
The local nonprofit CHIP Inc. is assisting with repairs at Lincoln County Dental Inc.’s future low-income dental clinic in Wiscasset.
A family physician and U.S. Army veteran who lives in New Harbor and practices medicine in Waldoboro is seeking the Republican nomination to challenge U.S. Rep. Chellie Pingree in Maine’s 1st Congressional District.
After two hours of spirited discussion during the “Talking Trash!” forum about waste management in Damariscotta, one thing became clear: there are no simple answers to the question of what to do with the never-ending stream of waste in modern society.
A group of new teachers at Jefferson Village School is looking forward to the start of the academic year.
The Sheepscot Valley Health Center has renamed its building in Coopers Mills in honor of its first physician, Dr. Roy Miller.
A unique event combining snowmobiles with summer is returning to Jefferson for a second year.
From a 57-year veteran to one of the county’s newest firefighters, the Lincoln County Fire Chiefs Association recognized excellence in the fire service Aug. 21.
Damariscotta will have a property tax rate of $16.10 per $1,000 of valuation for the 2019-2020 fiscal year, 20 cents less than last year’s $16.30.