Jefferson residents elected two new members of the Jefferson School Committee and approved all 32 articles, including the municipal budget, during their annual town meeting by referendum on Tuesday, March 29.
For the past three years, August Avantaggio has considered opening a butcher shop in Damariscotta. By early May, Riverside Butcher Company will open at 49 Main St.
The Waldoboro Board of Selectmen voted Tuesday, March 29 to place an article on the warrant in favor of Waldoboro joining Fiberight for waste disposal after 2018.
A Bowdoin businessman is seeking the Republication nomination for Maine Senate District 23, which includes Dresden in Lincoln County and all of Sagadahoc County.
A Wiscasset woman has entered the race for House District 87, which includes Alna, Wiscasset, Pittston, and Randolph. Wendy Ross, a communications professional turned social-justice activist in retirement, is challenging incumbent Jeffrey Hanley, R-Pittston, to fight for policies that will benefit working families, she said.
The story of World War II veteran Joseph Hoerth is a story about courage, determination, perseverance, patriotism, compassion, friendship, humor, and love, all of which have contributed to his success in life
J.R. Leigh, formerly of Jefferson, was a quiet, skinny kid while in high school at Lincoln Academy in the 1990s. He liked to tinker with cars and skateboard. He and his father bought and overhauled used cars, turning them into high-end machines teenage boys would love to drive.
Community policing has been the emphasis of Wiscasset Police Chief Troy Cline’s 4 1/2-year tenure at the department. On March 28, he will depart Wiscasset to lead the police force in the community he grew up in.
The Wiscasset Ambulance Service’s new director was not scheduled to begin work until April 4, but Toby Martin began almost two weeks early to ensure ambulances get out the door, he said.
Rice Farms has completed a new sugarhouse just in time for Maine Maple Sunday, an annual open house for sugarhouses across the state.
Jenny Mayher can still remember how she felt standing in the upstairs room of the Damariscotta River Grill on March 21, 2006.
Meeting with the Edgecomb Budget Committee Monday, March 21, the Edgecomb School Committee and school administrators unveiled the projected local share of education expenses for Edgecomb in 2016-2017, which is an 11 percent increase from the previous year.
Bristol voters elected Clyde Pendleton Sr. to serve a three-year term on the Bristol Parks and Recreation Commission during the annual election of officers Monday, March 21.
Following an executive session on March 15, the Wiscasset Board of Selectmen voted unanimously to accept Peregrine Consulting LLC’s offer on two properties formerly owned by Mason Station LLC.