The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention has reported four new cases of COVID-19 and two more recoveries in Lincoln County residents over the past week.
The Alna Board of Appeals, during a Zoom meeting Friday, Oct. 16, upheld the Alna Planning Board’s decision to deny a shoreland zoning permit for the Golden Ridge Sportsman’s Club project.
The new owners of the Kavanagh House in Newcastle, built by a prominent 19th-century businessman and once home to a congressman and governor of Maine, are restoring the historic Federal-style mansion.
Broad Bay Church celebrated the completion of the first phase of renovations to its historic building in Waldoboro village with tours for small groups Saturday, Oct. 10.
Not much has changed for the Juniper Hill School for Place-Based Education in Alna now that students have returned to in-person instruction for the year.
The Prep Kitchen in Damariscotta recently expanded its frozen food offerings and introduced a takeout menu featuring breakfast and lunch sandwiches.
After a public hearing with no comment, the Damariscotta Board of Selectmen approved the town’s second and final — for now — medical cannabis storefront Wednesday, Oct. 7.
The Morris Farm in Wiscasset now offers free, fresh produce from its new Take-What-You-Need Farm Stand, which opened earlier this month.
Residents of Pemaquid Beach are petitioning the Bristol Board of Selectmen to address concerns about traffic safety in the village.
There have been no new cases of COVID-19 and six more recoveries among Lincoln County residents in the past week, according to the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention.
After four years renting a building on Route 1 in Newcastle, JM Automotive has moved to a new, permanent home at 186 Fowle Hill Road in Wiscasset.
Two cases of COVID-19 associated with Warren Community School will not affect instruction in RSU 40, according to Superintendent Steve Nolan.
On the morning of Nov. 25, 1975, Ludger “Ludgie” Belanger went hunting in the woods near his home in Washington, not far from the Somerville and Lincoln County line. He had set out in the snow-covered woods off Route 105 to bag a late-season deer. Expected home by noon, he never returned and was ultimately never located. Nearly forty-five years later, his family, and those who vividly remember the events of that long-ago morning, are still waiting for closure.
The Dresden Planning Board unanimously approved an application from Nature’s Summit Medical Cannabis, a retail shop and cultivation facility at 1011 Gardiner Road, Monday, Oct. 5.