Cindy Flavin, of Wiscasset, was diagnosed with muscular dystrophy about 10 years ago, while in her 30s, and relies on a van with a lift to maintain her independence. In April, when she was about to make her last payment on her specially equipped van, she found out the van, which had more than 200,000 miles on the odometer, was not worth being fixed.
After several months of discussions and meetings, the Damariscotta Planning Board has granted Maine-ly Pawn owner Mark Hoffman a conditional use permit for outdoor storage and display of merchandise.
The Waldoboro Board of Selectmen voted 4-1 to renew Town Manager Linda-Jean Briggs’ contract for one year during the board’s meeting Tuesday, June 14.
The Central Lincoln County School System has hired Susan “Sue” Fossett as its new director of special services, according to Superintendent Steve Bailey.
A recent incident at the old A.D. Gray School resulted in damage to the haunted house operated by the Waldoboro Firemen’s Association each October.
Newcastle has dedicated its annual report to Arlene Cole on the occasion of her 50th year as a ballot clerk.
The students, teachers, and staff of South Bristol School and members of the community gathered at Bittersweet Landing Boatyard the morning of Tuesday, June 14 to watch the launch of two skiffs built by SBS students.
The question of whether Whitefield should adopt an elderly tax deferral ordinance has been presented to voters twice, and twice voters have said no. On a local ballot Tuesday, June 14, voters again rejected the elderly tax deferral ordinance, 150-137.
Eleven votes decided the Dresden Board of Selectmen race between Dwight Keene and incumbent Second Selectman Gerald Lilly during the municipal election Tuesday, June 14.
Waldoboro voters passed all 45 articles on the annual town meeting warrant except one Tuesday, June 14.
Ben Rines, Judy Colby, and Jeff Slack will stay on the Wiscasset Board of Selectmen following the election of municipal officers at the annual town meeting by referendum Tuesday, June 14.
A 77-year-old Dresden man who fell victim to a “romance scam” and landed in a Spanish prison has been released and reunited with his family in the United States, according to a press release from U.S. Sen. Susan Collins’ office.
Dunkin’ Donuts in Damariscotta recently reopened after completing a renovation to freshen up the store’s appearance.
Representatives from the U.S. Department of Energy are touring the country in an effort to develop a durable solution to a decades-old problem that grows by 2,000 metric tons each year – where to store spent nuclear fuel.