After four years of fundraising and renovations, the Old Bristol Historical Society opened its new headquarters at the Bristol History Center in Pemaquid on Sunday, July 3.
After a more than two-year hiatus, the Waltz Soda Fountain in downtown Damariscotta reopened to local enthusiasm on Monday, July 4.
A great white shark tore apart a seal off Pemaquid Point on Thursday, July 7, an attack that made national headlines, but caused little concern on shore.
LincolnHealth saw 30 positive cases of COVID-19 in the past week, up from 22 the previous week, according to hospital spokesperson John Martins.
Susan Connery started The Wall Works, a company that specializes in fine paint and wallpaper application in 1988, and more than 30 years later she finds herself more in demand than ever.
A 47-year-old Somerville man was fatally injured late Saturday night, July 9, after the motorcycle he was operating left the Valley Road in Somerville and struck a small grove of trees.
Ed Harmon credits his grandmother for instilling in him a sense of community. Mary Ann Everett was a kind, powerful woman who loved children and worked hard, supporting herself cleaning homes for the well-to-do in Jamaica Plains, Mass.
In the mud room of Dick Chase’s Damariscotta home grows seedlings of ghost peppers that will appear in the next batch of his hottest hot sauce.
With the departure of Kate Fletcher, the Waldo Theatre is in need of a new executive director.
Independence Day parades returned in full force this year in Round Pond, Wiscasset, and Whitefield, where people gathered to celebrate on a hot and sunny Monday, July 4.
Shan Riggs passed through Lincoln County on his quest to become the first person to run the entire East Coast Greenway from Key West, Fla. to Calais.
Lincoln County Sheriff Todd Brackett announced the selection of Lt. Brendan Kane as 2021 Deputy of the Year at the Lincoln County Board of Commissioners meeting on Tuesday, July 5.
COVID-19 tests and positive cases identified at LincolnHealth have dropped for the fourth consecutive week, according to hospital spokesperson John Martins.
The Long Cove Farmer’s Market, located at 2361 Friendship Road in Waldoboro, is open from 3-6 p.m. on Mondays through Sept. 5. The market’s president is Allison Lakin, of Lakin’s Gorges Cheese and East Forty Farm in Waldoboro.