The Medomak Valley High School Players took the stage for the opening of their fall musical, “Hello, Dolly!” this past weekend, and what a performance it was.
A 68-year-old woman was fatally injured in head-on collision between two vehicles on East Pond Road in Nobleboro the afternoon of Tuesday, Nov. 15.
A veteran team of food service professionals plans to open a new restaurant in Wiscasset later this month.
Walter Greene-Morse, owner and operator of Patriot Ridge Homestead in Jefferson, has been committed to serving his fellow veterans and serving the local school community since moving back home in 2013.
The Medomak Valley High School football team won the Big 11 Conference North Class C Regional Championship Friday evening, Nov. 11, defeating the Herman Hawks 40-20, under the lights at Hamden Academy.
A local workshop for veterans is helping its members harness their talent to write.
Waldoboro will discuss several options for recreation facilities in coming months to return to good standing on a federal grant received in the 1970s for its A.D. Gray School site.
A long simmering road dispute in Westport Island has bubbled up again as the Westport Island Select Board has sent a letter to two Baker Road residents demanding the residents remove obstructions in the town’s right-of-way or face legal action.
Citing a lack of financial viability going forward, the Chewonki Foundation has announced plans to close its elementary and middle school programs at the conclusion of the current school year.
Former Masters Machine Company President Richard C. Masters, 81, passed away at the Sussman House in Rockport Sunday, Oct. 23, following a period of declining health.
After polls closed on Tuesday, Nov. 8, it appears the two Senate seats representing Lincoln County will once again be filled with Democrats for another term.
COVID-19 tests at LincolnHealth have dropped for the fourth consecutive week, according to hospital spokesperson John Martins.
After two years experimenting with a shorter four-month apprenticeship term, The Carpenter’s Boat Shop will return next year to its traditional nine-month program, Executive Director Alicia Witham said during an interview on Friday, Oct. 14.
Maura Conley and Jacob Stone, owners of the Monhegan Store, are carrying the torch for the one-stop Monhegan Island grocery store by respecting history while adapting for the future.