A Waldoboro businessman, selectman, and shellfish harvester is running for a second term as representative of House District 91: Friendship, part of Union, Waldoboro, and Washington.
A lobster boat crashed into the bridge over The Gut in South Bristol during stormy weather Saturday, Oct. 27, damaging the boat and temporarily closing the drawbridge to boat traffic.
About 300 people participated in the 21st annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk in Damariscotta, raising over $50,000 for breast cancer research and patient support.
Skidompha Library recently received a $30,000 grant for a digitization project that would make the complete archives of The Lincoln County News available to the public online for the first time.
Kerri Lilly, a nurse at Great Salt Bay Community School and LincolnHealth, has received the Sister Consuela White Spirit of Nursing Award from the Maine chapter of the American Nurses Association.
Lincoln Academy has three finalists for its next head of school: Jeffrey Burroughs, Chris English, and Scott Spence.
Candidates for county commissioner, district attorney, and local House and Senate seats discussed a variety of local and state issues during a forum at Great Salt Bay Community School in Damariscotta on Thursday, Oct. 18.
The Lincoln County News collected 35 first-, second-, and third-place honors in the 2018 Maine Press Association Better Newspaper Contest.
The editor of The Lincoln County News, J.W. Oliver, has been named the Maine Press Association’s 2017-2018 Journalist of the Year.
Most Americans who drink coffee – and according to foodandwine.com, Americans are drinking more than ever – either brew it in their kitchen or pick up a cup at a specialty coffee shop, restaurant, or takeout window.
U.S. Coast Guard veteran Thomas Nelson, of Damariscotta, is the new director of the Lincoln County Communications Center.
Wiscasset Harbor will host a replica of the Revolutionary War hero John Paul Jones’ first command, the Providence, until May 2019 while master shipwrights complete a restoration of the vessel.
Richard Van Knowe, R-Bristol, aims to bring a libertarian philosophy to the State House with his challenge of three-term incumbent Rep. Michael “Mick” Devin, D-Newcastle, in House District 90.
State Rep. Michael “Mick” Devin, D-Newcastle, is running for his fourth term in the Maine House of Representatives. Devin, a marine biologist and former naval officer, said he will focus on environmental issues and veterans issues.