Surrounded by U.S. military police pointing guns at him at the Ramstein Air Base in Germany, Newcastle resident Sean Bailey simulated the process of loading a nuclear war head on to an aircraft during a military drill.
Four Decades of Flowers, and Changes, In Waldoboro
Shelley’s Flowers and Gifts owner Shelley Pease, who celebrates 40 years in business this year, has won national and state awards for her work but is firmly a part of Waldoboro. She said the last four decades have brought big changes to her business and the town, and throughout all of them she has continued educating herself.
Newcastle Farm Receives Federal Grant To Enter Regional Salami Market
A Newcastle farm is one of two in the state this year to receive a U.S. Department of Agriculture grant that helps rural businesses expand processing, marketing, and sales for value-added products.
COVID-19 Testing, Cases Increase
There were 20 new cases of COVID-19 identified in residents of Lincoln County in the past week, according to Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention data current as of Sunday, Feb. 25.
Culvert Collapse Closes Route 17 Section For Month-Long Replacement
The Route 17 culvert that collapsed in Jefferson last week has led to a month-long road closure for replacement by the Maine Department of Transportation.
Wiscasset Structure Damages Mobile Home
Two residents escaped unharmed as a structure fire devastated their mobile home in Wiscasset Thursday, Feb. 23, according to the Wiscasset Fire Chief Rob Bickford.
Characters of the County The history of Calvin Dodge
Somehow it seems entirely appropriate Calvin Dodge is a tangible part of Damariscotta history.
Wiscasset School Committee Names WMHS Interim Principal
The Wiscasset School Committee appointed Gina Stevens as interim principal for the remainder of the Wiscasset Middle High School during a meeting at the school library on Tuesday, Feb. 21.
Damariscotta Officially Transfers Parking Lot Sewer Lines To Sanitary District
Damariscotta residents approved the transfer of ownership of sewer lines under the municipal parking lot to the Great Salt Bay Sanitary District during a special town meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 15.
Skidompha Teen Creative Magazine Growing Into 10th Volume
Teenage writers and artists across the county and state have another window of opportunity to share their work through the Skidompha Library’s EPOCH magazine, a publication for and by teenagers.
COVID-19 Cases Increase, Deaths and Hospitalizations Flat
There were 18 new cases of COVID-19 identified in residents of Lincoln County in the past week, according to Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention data current as of Monday, Feb. 20.
Culvert Collapse Closes Route 17 in Jefferson
A culvert collapse on Route 17 in Jefferson on Tuesday, Feb. 21 has closed the road and caused an 11-mile detour.
Jefferson Artist Sees the World through Paper Art
Stacy Bettencourt began as an artist by drawing what she saw around her childhood home in Jefferson. These days, her specialty in paper quilling carries her work across the world.
Watershed Center’s New Executive Director to Focus on Diversity, Expansion
The Watershed Center for Ceramic Arts in Edgecomb continues its expansion and modernization efforts with the addition of new Executive Director Liz Seaton, who moved to Maine from Maryland in January.
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