Bristol Fire Chief Paul Leeman Jr. will retire at the end of April.
The number of cases of COVID-19 in Lincoln County residents jumped by 51 over the past week — another new weekly high.
Seven years, nine months, and 29 days. That’s how long Amber Young has been a streak runner — meaning she runs every day, without fail.
Construction on the SunRaise solar garden on North Nobleboro Road in Waldoboro is complete, with plans for the installation to come online around March or April.
Fifty-two of Lincoln County’s ambulance staff and volunteer first responders received the first dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine on New Year’s Day.
Cupacity, the cafe at 133 Main St. in downtown Damariscotta, is now offering delivery service.
The Alna Board of Selectmen is considering a draft settlement agreement with Jeff Spinney regarding his application for a boat ramp on the Sheepscot River, but some abutters whose names appear on the document say they will not sign it.
The Damariscotta Planning Board unanimously approved a site plan review application for a recreational cannabis storefront and Tier 2 cultivation facility at 639 Main St. on Monday, Jan. 4.
The number of cases of COVID-19 in Lincoln County residents continues to rise steadily, with 29 new cases in the past week, down from the second-highest weekly increase of 41 last week.
Mary Feyler will turn 100 years old on Friday, Jan. 8, and her family and North Nobleboro community want to recognize the occasion, despite the constraints of COVID-19.
Gage York, the Nobleboro teenager who suffered critical injuries in a December crash, is now awake and talking, according to his grandmother.
A diagonal corridor, 8,275 square feet in area, slices between two homes on Fogler Road, on the shore of Biscay Pond. Neither the Weston Memorial Spring nor the narrow strip of land on which it sits belongs to either homeowner. It belongs to the town and the townspeople of Bremen.
The Massasoit Engine Co., of Damariscotta, recently restored its 1898 Rumsey hose reel. The fire company was not expecting it to be ready until May 2021, but restoration work was completed early, and the company picked it up three days before Christmas.
A 41-year-old traveling pastor died when his bus-turned-camper fell off jack stands while he was working on the rear brakes in Waldoboro on Sunday, Jan. 3.