Looking to build on a career of providing economic opportunity for her community Senator Eloise Vitelli, D-Arrowsic, is seeking a fourth consecutive term in the race for Senate District 24.
Business owner Matthew Brackley, R-West Bath, is looking to address “burdensome regulations” with his bid for Senate District 24.
Sylvia Keene considers herself an “endangered species” who was born and raised in the same house in Union and never had any desire to live anywhere else but Maine.
Ladies in fringed silk dresses and jeweled headbands, gentlemen in bowties, boaters and Gatsby-white all danced and dined on the shores of the Damariscotta River to celebrate a milestone birthday. The Lincoln Home senior living community in Newcastle turned 95 on Saturday, Aug. 20.
A Damariscotta landmark is going on the market in the near future. The lucky buyer will purchase a destination business with name recognition, a well-established clientele, and an enviable placement in niche market that cuts across demographic lines.
A special town meeting vote to set aside $200,000 for a revaluation of properties in Dresden ended in a 28-28 tie, causing the question to fail, on Tuesday, Aug. 30.
Lincoln County’s shark summer continued Thursday, Aug. 25 when a fisherman on a charter boat pulled an unusual specimen out of the Sheepscot River in Wiscasset.
The positivity rate of COVID-19 tests at LincolnHealth for the past week is 8.72%, the lowest it has been since the week of June 13-19, according to hospital spokesperson John Martins.
Born and raised in Pemaquid, Sandra Lane has been involved in making Bristol a better place and inspiring future generations for nearly her entire life.
Local musicians playing by the waterfront, reenactors camping on the Wiscasset Common, large schooners with fluttering sails traveling around the river: all were sights to be found at Wiscasset’s second annual Schoonerfest, held over the weekend, Aug. 19-21.
Lincoln County will have a few relatively easy decisions in the upcoming election, with a few candidates seeking office unopposed.
It’s not the first thing that happens, but keep Ed Thelander talking long enough and, at some point, a piece of military jargon slips into conversation. This is unsurprising in that Thelander is a career military man, but still notable because he doesn’t dispense military phrases like a man who needs to convince his listener of his bona fides.
Midcoast Conservancy hosted the first-ever State of Damariscotta Lake conference at Wavus Camp in Jefferson on Tuesday, Aug. 23. The event was held to inform the public about the health of the lake and the steps Midcoast Conservancy is taking to protect it.
The number of positive COVID-19 cases identified at LincolnHealth dropped slightly this week, according to hospital spokesperson John Martins.