U.S. Senate candidate Sara Gideon toured Two Bridges Regional Jail in Wiscasset and oyster farms on the Damariscotta River during her latest campaign swing through Lincoln County, Monday, Oct. 5.
The candidates for Maine Senate District 13 discuss how Maine can recover from the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic and their legislative efforts to promote renewable energy in a forum set to air on Lincoln County Television at 8 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 8.
A group of young skateboarders and their parents have formed a committee to search for a safe place to ride boards and scooters in Damariscotta and avoid conflict with businesses and motorists downtown.
The Damariscotta Region Chamber of Commerce celebrated its new executive director, honored community members, and spoke about its plans for a permanent home during its annual meeting at The 1812 Farm in Bristol Mills the evening of Thursday, Oct. 1.
Edgecomb Board of Selectmen Chair Jack Sarmanian resigned effective Monday, Oct. 5 after 13 years as a selectman.
The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention has reported four new cases of COVID-19 and one more recovery for Lincoln County in the past week.
Lydia Crafts, the Democratic candidate for House District 90, shares her views on special education, restorative justice, and Maine’s “brain drain” in a forum set to air on Lincoln County Television at 8 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 7.
State Rep. Chloe Maxmin, D-Nobleboro, wants to move up to the Senate and continue her work to address rural issues, like access to high-speed internet and public transportation.
Maine Senate Minority Leader Dana Dow, R-Waldoboro, wants to continue his work to make the state more business-friendly and help businesses recover from the economic turmoil of the pandemic.
After 15 years in the field, Newcastle resident Dorothe Bailey has opened her own accounting firm in Damariscotta, where she hopes to bring a “hometown feel” to finances.
Newcastle social worker Lydia Crafts, the Democratic candidate for Maine House District 90, wants to improve mental health services in the state and protect its natural resources.
Newcastle farmer and forestry consultant Merle Parise, the Republican candidate for Maine House District 90, says he will focus on cutting taxes if he wins election.
The candidates for Maine House District 53 discuss training young people in the trades and balancing the state’s budget in a forum set to air at 8 p.m., Monday, Oct. 5.
The Damariscotta School Committee, not the Damariscotta Board of Selectmen, will appoint a new committee member to fill a vacancy.