Firefighters from a half-dozen fire departments extinguished a house fire on Washington Road in Waldoboro the afternoon of Monday, Feb. 8.
Saundra and Eric Neperud have collectively lived in 17 different states and on two Native American reservations over the course of their lives. As of December 2015, Wiscasset is their home; they are the new owners of the Wiscasset Motor Lodge.
Once Datvik Deirkrikorian made the decision to launch her own business, it was only a couple of months before Water Lily Flowers and Gifts opened its doors in Wiscasset. Deirkrikorian is the proud owner of Wiscasset’s only flower shop at 52 Water St., which opened in November.
A former Republican state committeewoman, and Damariscotta resident, has registered as a candidate for the Maine House of Representatives.
Benjamin Averill will begin work as Wiscasset’s new town planner on Monday, Feb. 22, according to a press release from Wiscasset Administrative Assistant Kathy Onorato.
A Newcastle man has filed a civil complaint against the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, the sheriff, and a deputy, saying actions by the deputy led him to have a heart attack.
The Bremen harbor master has again denied an application for a mooring permit filed by the owner of the fishing vessel Columbia.
The Lincoln County Board of Commissioners announced Tuesday, Feb. 2 that Carrie Kipfer will take the reigns as county administrator following the departure of John O’Connell.
Celebrated artist and longtime Pemaquid Beach resident Cabot Lyford passed away at the age of 90 on Jan. 21, leaving behind countless sculptures of metal, wood, and stone.
There is only one time in an officer’s career when they are promoted to sergeant, Wiscasset Police Chief Troy Cline said. The Wiscasset Police Department, colleagues, family, and friends packed into the Wiscasset town office meeting room to celebrate that time for Alfred “Willy” Simmons.
By correctly spelling the word chutney in the final round of competition, South Bristol sixth-grader Olivia Stiles secured her victory during the Lincoln County Spelling Bee at Great Salt Bay Community School in Damariscotta Tuesday, Feb. 2.
Visitors to the annual ice harvest at the Thompson Ice House in South Bristol will be greeted by a new addition, as a building is under construction to house the organization’s archives and an expansion of the existing museum.
After a narrow vote of approval at the Jefferson School Committee meeting on Monday, Feb. 1, the future of AOS 93’s shared programs has become a little more clear.
For Brazilian students Samuel Assuncao, Laura Carvalho, and Marina Naves, the last several weeks at Wiscasset Middle High School have been filled with firsts.