A single-vehicle crash on Route 1 in Wiscasset sent one person to the hospital and closed the road to traffic the afternoon of Saturday, Oct. 26.
An SUV rear-ended a box truck on Route 1 in Newcastle the morning of Monday, Oct. 28, mangling the Jeep but causing no serious injuries.
Bluefields Farm, of Whitefield, will receive a conservation award next month for practices that include a successful initiative to attract wild bees and other pollinators to its blueberry fields.
The Maine State Fire Marshal’s Office says a fire at a vacant building in Waldoboro on Saturday, Oct. 26 was intentionally set.
After serving more than 500 pizzas during a soft opening over Damariscotta Pumpkinfest weekend, Oysterhead Pizza Co. celebrated its grand opening at 189 Main St. in Damariscotta on Thursday, Oct. 17.
The Maine Bureau of Parks and Lands is planning a timber harvest at Dodge Point, a state property in Newcastle popular with hikers, this winter and next.
As the weather becomes crisper, the new Wiscasset Farmers Market is taking shelter at The Morris Farm.
The old Pemaquid Beach building went up in flames during a training exercise for local firefighters Sunday, Oct. 20.
A “possible threat” closed Wiscasset schools Thursday, Oct. 24, but the schools reopened the next day after authorities said they had found the person responsible.
The Lincoln County News swept first, second, and third place for its efforts to engage young readers and Lincoln County Magazine took first and second in the category for special publications in the 2018-2019 Maine Press Association Better Newspaper Contest.
The developer who wants to transform the former A.D. Gray School in Waldoboro into housing fielded questions from the public during a meeting at Waldoboro Public Library on Wednesday, Oct. 16.
A woman who has lived most of her life in Waldoboro celebrated her 100th birthday at Waldoboro Green the afternoon of Tuesday, Oct. 15.
Beginning at the age of 12, Michael Connors struggled with alcoholism and addiction for more than 20 years. He overdosed on drugs six times and was saved six times. He was often in jail. But today, more than five years after his last day in custody, the former Wiscasset resident is an alcohol and drug counselor who uses his story to bring hope and encouragement to others as they confront the same issues.
Follow the signs for Bigfoot to the Y-Knot Underground, the new eatery at 590 Main St. in Damariscotta.