Despite a few minor setbacks, a mild winter and around-the-clock work have helped keep the construction of a new drawbridge in South Bristol on track to open by late May.
Following months of discussion, the Newcastle Board of Selectmen granted Lincoln Academy’s request for an abatement for its staff apartments Monday, Feb. 15.
Bristol residents have another news source to consult, as a group of Bristol Consolidated School eighth-grade students recently relaunched the school newspaper.
Representatives from Penobscot Energy Recovery Co. were on hand at the Waldoboro Transfer Station Committee meeting on Thursday, Feb. 11 to present their pitch for the continued viability of their waste disposal operation in Orrington.
The Dresden Take Out is under new management. Kathy and Mason Dubord purchased and took over the operations of the business Feb. 1.
Temperatures in the single digits could not sway 9-year-old Ethan Miranda’s enthusiasm during the ice harvest at the Thompson Ice House in South Bristol Sunday, Feb. 14.
Damariscotta residents will soon see a familiar face in the town office, as Town Manager Matt Lutkus has announced that Becky Bartolotta will be appointed as the town’s new tax collector and deputy town clerk.
A group of Dresden residents have filed an appeal regarding the Dresden Planning Board’s unanimous approval of Dick Condon’s application for a permit to operate a gravel pit on Ludwig Road.
Maine First Lady Ann LePage and U.S. Sen. Susan Collins were two of the attendees at the Lincoln County Republican Committee’s Lincoln Day dinner at The 1812 Farm in Bristol Mills Friday, Feb. 12.
The Pemaquid Fisherman’s Co-op is now operating under new management and a new name. The co-op was sold in January to Pemaquid Seafood Real Estate LLC.
A former chairman of the Newcastle Planning Board and past president of the Damariscotta-Newcastle Rotary Club spent three and a half years in Afghanistan assisting in the reconstruction of the country’s agriculture industry.
A new business specializing in firearms sales, education, and manufacturing is applying the finishing touches and getting ready to open its doors to the Waldoboro community at 65 Washington Rd.
For about eight years, Amy Warner has been a fixture at the Alna Town Office. She has applied her customer service skills to the position of tax collector and town clerk to make the experience of registering a vehicle or paying taxes as pleasant as possible, she said.
A discussion on the town manager’s contract during the citizen comment portion of the Waldoboro Board of Selectmen meeting drew a full house to the town office on Tuesday, Feb. 9. Residents offered the board their advice on the state of the town, the board of selectmen, the town manager, and the community’s direction moving forward.