“I liked to draw the minute I was born,” said 86-year-old artist and illustrator Sally Hough. “I did it and did it well. When everyone compliments you on a skill, it enhances the value of the skill and your worth.”
Firefighters quickly knocked down a kitchen fire at 21 West Side Road on Barter’s Island, Boothbay, the afternoon of Thursday, Dec. 31. The occupants of the home exited safely, but a dog and a cat died of smoke inhalation.
Although adjustments needed to be made due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are thrilled that the GSB Students Investigate program continued for its fourth year.
The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office has seen a higher than usual number of fraud reports in 2020, according to Lt. Brendan Kane.
Readers selected Brooke Alley as the winner of the 2020 #LCNme365 photo contest with her picture of her horse, Camelot.
The new year will bring a new generation of ownership to Thompson House and Cottages in New Harbor, as Katherine Thompson and Charlie Hudson become the owners and managers of the business.
Lincoln County saw 41 more residents diagnosed with COVID-19 in the past week—the second-highest weekly increase since the pandemic began in mid-March—for a total of 296 cases identified.
Bristol resident Darin Carlucci is many things — a woodworker, a firefighter, a school committee member, a husband and a father, a dancer, a guitar player, a birder, and a builder.
The owners of Seacoast Coffee Co. in Wiscasset started a new venture this month — Birches, a coffee shop and market selling coffee, food, and local goods.
Sheila Libby remembers listening to the beeps. Those sounds in the hospital after the birth of her son Hayden were audible symbols of his condition.
Photographer Kimberly McLain handily won the December #LCNme365 photo contest with her picture of the Pemaquid River at sunset, taking 65% of reader votes.
The Maine Department of Transportation has approved the sale of King Square — the parcel of land between Main and Vine streets home to the Damariscotta Region Information Bureau building — to the town of Damariscotta.
Hundreds of readers submitted thousands of photos to The Lincoln County News’ photo contest in its fourth year. Now it is up to readers to decide which of the 12 finalists will win the 2020 #LCNme365 photo contest.
Lincoln County saw 47 residents diagnosed with COVID-19 over the last week — the highest weekly increase since the pandemic began in mid-March.