The Damariscotta Planning Board will consider a pre-application for a 102-bed nursing facility at 2 Piper Mill Road, to be named Clippership Landing, on Monday, Aug. 1.
For the first time in the S. Fernald’s Country Store’s 30-plus year history, the business will soon be owned by someone outside of the Richards family.
Despite a decrease in testing, the number of positive cases of COVID-19 identified at LincolnHealth increased from 23 last week to 34 this week, for a positivity rate of 15.89%.
A small RV and wilderness campground may soon be coming to Dresden at 6 Wheeler Road. The Dresden Planning Board held a preliminary review of plan by Carol Wheeler, the property’s owner, on Monday, July 18.
A new Ultimate Frisbee game has started in Lincoln County, an addition to the three others in the local region.
The story of a shark attacking a seal off Pemaquid Point earlier in July caused little alarm but prompted a great deal of interest among local readers. New Harbor native Brian Sawyer took a particular interest, having played a role in a shark story that made the front page of The Lincoln County News in 1961.
The new administrative team at AOS 93 has its sights set on moving out of the COVID-19 pandemic and getting back to focusing solely on education.
The bells of St. Patrick’s Church in Newcastle rang out on Sunday, July 17 to celebrate the restoration of the historic building’s exterior. The day marked the conclusion of a nine-year-long project to help preserve the church for future generations.
Nestled in deep woods in Jefferson, Kim and Rusty Fenn live off the grid in a home they built themselves out of wood from their property. They have two solar-power systems on their roof, one to generate electricity and one to heat their water.
Damariscotta will have to pay an unknown amount for repairs to the town’s solar array because equipment that was destroyed by a rodent is not covered under warranty.
Looking ahead to the potential loss of its emergency medical services department, Whitefield residents convened at the town’s central fire station Monday, July 18, to brainstorm ideas to solve the problem.
More than 100 people of all ages gathered at the Trump Wall in Waldoboro for the Lincoln County Republicans’ Great American Picnic on a Sunday, July 10.
Armed with just a cell phone camera from the bleachers, Brandon Simmons started filming races at the Wiscasset Speedway during the 2012 season. Inspired by racing videos he saw on YouTube, Simmons created his own channel to post videos.
When Whitefield’s current emergency medical services chief leaves town later this year, the town’s ability to maintain an active department will likely go with him.