In a Bristol home studio overlooking the water, Emily Greenberg edits interviews recorded across the state for her podcast, “The Maine Conversation,” which is approaching its first anniversary.
LincolnHealth Miles Maternity welcomed Jude Owen Dow at 12:44 a.m. on Sunday, Jan. 1, making him likely the first baby born in Maine in 2023.
The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s assistance in locating a missing Boothbay man who was last seen on Monday, Jan. 2.
The Medomak Valley/Lincoln Academy basketball games scheduled to be played Thursday, Jan. 5, have been postponed to Friday, Jan. 6.
The number of COVID-19 tests performed and number of positive cases at LincolnHealth has declined substantially since the beginning of 2022.
After some discussion, the Damariscotta Planning Board approved plans for a 102-bed nursing facility on Piper Mill Road on Tuesday, Jan. 3.
A Whitefield man is facing felony charges of assault, kidnapping, and domestic violence after a domestic disturbance escalated into an armed standoff with state and county law enforcement that began the evening of Sunday, Jan. 1.
Reflecting on her nearly 60 years of training, raising, and showing dogs, Boothbay resident Jean Conte said she wouldn’t even think about putting a number on the amount of dogs she has trained throughout her career.
The new year will bring about many changes, including to the Midcoast real estate industry.
Hundreds of readers submitted thousands of photos to The Lincoln County News’ photo contest in its fifth year. Now it is up to readers to decide which of the 12 finalists will win the 2022 #LCNme365 photo contest.
The Maine State Police have determined homicide as the cause of death of the Edgecomb 3-year-old who died Christmas Day.
As more COVID-19 tests are performed at LincolnHealth, the positivity rate this week has fallen to 4.21%, from 5.36% last week.
Citing mental and physical health concerns exacerbated by an ongoing dispute with a local resident, Edgecomb Select Board Chair Dawn Murray announced her resignation during a meeting at the town office on Tuesday, Dec. 27.
The Maine State Police are investigating the death of a 3-year-child in Edgecomb on Christmas Day.