Wayne Farrin, D-Jefferson, and Michael Lemelin, R-Chelsea, are seeking their parties’ nominations for Maine House District 88, which consists of Chelsea, Jefferson, part of Nobleboro, and Whitefield.
A former Edgecomb resident won the February #LCNme365 photo contest with a photo of his toy poodle, Jax, frolicking through the snow.
The two tenants of a house in Newcastle’s Sheepscot village were able to exit safely when a hot pot of oil on the stove caught the kitchen on fire the afternoon of Wednesday, Feb. 26.
A public hearing on Somerville’s rules for marijuana businesses, which will allow a variety of businesses to open in the town pending a vote next month, drew only a few residents to the town office Thursday, Feb. 20.
Firefighters contained a fire to the second floor of an antique shop on Route 1 in Waldoboro, near the Warren line, the night of Wednesday, Feb. 26.
A Nobleboro woman and her best friend won cash and prizes with a combined value of $63,550, including a vacation to the Caribbean island of Aruba, on an episode of “Wheel of Fortune” that aired Wednesday, Feb. 19.
About 14 Damariscotta voters approved the creation of a tax increment financing district in a near-unanimous vote at a special town meeting Wednesday, Feb. 19.
As restaurant-quality meal options dwindle during Midcoast winters, Broad Arrow Farm in Bristol is filling the void with a new meal club.
Wiscasset businessman Gregory Lemar, 59, died in a snowmobile crash on Moosehead Lake the evening of Sunday, Feb. 23.
With help from local volunteers, the county’s law enforcement agencies and the Lincoln County Communications Center are offering a new service that involves daily check-ins on disabled and elderly residents.
Two hair salons from the Twin Villages have joined forces to form Lavish, a hair salon for men, women, and children, at 19 Sheepscot Road in Newcastle.
A co-owner of Moody’s Diner who grew up with the business and spent virtually his entire working life there died Feb. 8 at his home on Damariscotta Lake in Nobleboro.
The owners of Seacoast Coffee Co. plan to start operations at their new location in Wiscasset on May 1.
The new proprietors of the former Ship’s Chow Hall, on Route 1 in Wiscasset, are reinventing the restaurant as The Hot Spot Diner, serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner.