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.
A former Medomak Valley High School principal who left a lasting impact on his students is being remembered for his commitment and dedication to his school and his community.
A small crowd turned out to witness the auction of the Clary Lake Dam on the steps of the Lincoln County Courthouse Jan. 29, the result of mortgagee Medius L3C’s foreclosure on the property. Jefferson resident and Clary Lake waterfront owner Butch Duncan submitted the only bid at the auction, which drew spectators from the Clary Lake Association and the Maine Attorney General’s Office.
After a first round of renovations, Le Barn – the event venue at the former Bond Brothers Hardware property in Jefferson – is booking events.
Great Salt Bay Community School is offering students new and innovative ways to learn through the integration of technology into the classroom.
Rehabilitation work on bridges around Lincoln County and runway reconstruction at the Wiscasset Municipal Airport top the roughly 60 projects in the Maine Department of Transportation’s three-year work plan for Lincoln County.
Meg Dexter would not have traded the experience of having her father, Arthur Dexter, as her high school principal.
The new owner of the former Piper Village property is in search of a developer to transform the Damariscotta property into a retirement community.
The majority of attendees at Whitefield’s Thursday, Jan. 21 public hearing, held to discuss the unanimous recommendations of both the Coopers Mills Dam Committee and the Whitefield Board of Selectmen to remove the Coopers Mills Dam, were Long Pond property owners.
The Lincoln County News Publisher Chris Roberts has named Deputy Editor J.W. Oliver the next editor of the newspaper.