At this time each year, dozens of heirloom bean varieties from a collection of hundreds are in their final stages of drying to prepare for another year of planting by the Friends of Sam Birch, a local seed saving network.
Wiscasset Middle High School Principal Gina Stevens was placed on administrative leave, effective Monday, Oct. 30.
Emotions ran high in the Medomak Valley High School cafeteria on Thursday, Oct. 26 during a public hearing hosted by the RSU 40 Board of Directors to discuss the proposed $81 million capital improvement bond. While board members and district staff said that the bond was a necessary step to remedy issues from years of wear and tear on underfunded facilities, taxpayers balked at the high price tag the proposal carries.
Lincoln Academy junior Kellen Adickes, 16, of Bristol, won the New England boys golf championship on Monday, Oct. 30 at Mohegan Sun Golf Club in Baltic, Conn.
Whether Gary Stone is on his daily run along the roads of Newcastle and Damariscotta, at a community fundraiser or event, or walking into downtown Damariscotta on his lunch break, he’s a man about town who is all about community.
A historic special review district ordinance draft that has inflamed municipal meetings will not come before Newcastle voters this calendar year. On Monday, Oct. 23, the Newcastle Select Board scheduled a January workshop to review the draft ordinance with planners and legal counsel.
Medomak Middle School opened its doors to students once more on Monday, Oct. 23, after issues with the well pump forced the school to close its doors for a week.
The importance of food, friends, feasts, and family is the motivation for “Nourishing Maine,” a cooking show hosted by Marge Kilkelly and Mary Kate Reny in partnership with Tyality Productions and Stunt Dog Productions Inc.
Litigation between the town of Alna and resident Jeff Spinney has ended after three years and three lawsuits, with a settlement agreement signed Thursday, Oct. 19 following an impassioned public hearing.
The Edgecomb Historical Society has sprung back from the brink of dissolving and taken up detailed plans for the future, beginning with a deep dive into its collections. A major donation allowed the society to hire a professional archivist, begin conversations about shaping its physical archive, and continue the search for a permanent home.
Lincoln County law enforcement agencies are making an extra effort to be visible as responders across the state remain on high alert following a mass casualty shooting event in Lewiston on Wednesday, Oct. 25.
A sea of pink flooded the CLC YMCA in Damariscotta on Sunday, Oct. 22 at the Midcoast’s annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk.
The forces of nature around Lincoln County include snowstorms, Damariscotta’s Pumpkinfest and Regatta, and at one point, glaciers. That list wouldn’t be complete, however, without the addition of Holly Zeller, a medaling extreme sports enthusiast, creator of an informal fashion contest, and Linaca Music Festival Host, with a fearless knack for making friends.
The town of Alna and resident Jeff Spinney have reached a potential settlement agreement in their years-long litigation against each other over a boat ramp to the Sheepscot River on Spinney’s Golden Ridge Road property.