The Miles Cafe, on LincolnHealth’s Miles Campus in Damariscotta, will be closing on weekends and limiting its offerings due to a staffing shortage, starting on Monday, Sept. 27.
Newcastle’s Lincoln Academy canceled school on Friday, Sept. 10 after two additional cases of COVID-19 were identified in individuals associated with the school Thursday night—bringing the total to six cases in the first week of school.
Sitting out on her dock on the banks of the Damariscotta River, Barb Scully surveyed the serene view of her lease. Seated comfortably in an Adirondack chair, she interrupts her own thought to point to a blur soaring over the wooded banks.
Nineteen years ago a bus from New York City arrived at Camp Kieve in Nobleboro carrying a group of people who suffered an unimaginable trauma. That bus held parents who lost children, wives who lost husbands, children who lost parents, whole families still aching with shock and grief as they approached the first anniversary the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attack on the World Trade Center that tore their lives apart.
Great Salt Bay Community School in Damariscotta canceled school on Friday, Sept. 10 to test carbon monoxide levels in the kitchen.
The terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, left an indelible impression on every American citizen and spurred Lincoln County residents to immediate and substantial action.
The Damariscotta Pumpkinfest & Regatta committee announced on Friday, Sept. 10, that all events are canceled this year, except the deployment of giant pumpkins decorated by local artists, on Main Street.
Like countless Americans, Emily Greenberg of Bremen has a vivid memory of the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, and like too many, she remembers realizing that one her friends was in the World Trade Center when it collapsed.
Newcastle’s Taniscot Engine Co. is hosting a public meeting concerning potential changes to the fire department at 9 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 11, at the Faith Baptist Church on Mills Road in Newcastle.
In the past week, 24 more Lincoln County residents tested positive for COVID-19, the same number as last week and down from 57 new cases the week prior.
While the country-wide labor shortage may be a novel experience for some industries, many child care providers see it as an opportunity to draw attention to struggles that existed long before the pandemic.
Delano Seafood Market has expanded a little bit each year since 2010 and now plans to move into a newly-constructed building by the beginning of October that offers twice as much retail space.
Anyone that has strolled around Wiscasset in the past two months has likely spotted a conspicuous black trailer with a sign boasting “FRESH MAINE OYSTERS” in large blue letters on Railroad Avenue. Despite the wheels, this raw bar is in it for the long haul.
A twist of green glass hummingbirds spirals upward amid the array of bird feeders and flowers that adorn Donna Plummer’s porch in South Bristol. Birds dart in from the woods on the side of the house for a sip of nectar or a sunflower seed, and then disappear in a glittering whir of iridescent wings back into the woods.