A three-term Woolwich selectman and University of Maine at Farmington history professor is challenging a two-term legislator in House District 53 – Dresden, Arrowsic, Georgetown, Phippsburg, Woolwich, and part of Richmond.
State Rep. Jeffrey Pierce, R-Dresden, hopes to continue to bring his “workingman’s perspective to the State House with a third consecutive term in House District 53.
The residents of 10 Lincoln County homes benefited from the efforts of more than 100 “neighbors helping neighbors keeping their homes safe, warm, and dry” during the annual Community Cares Day on Saturday, Sept. 7.
The Dresden Elementary School Dragons have a new look for their mascot and a new school sign, all through the efforts of a fifth-grader and her mother.
New Wiscasset Police Chief Larry Hesseltine is already looking for ways to get himself and the department more involved in the community after starting work Sept. 4.
The iconic Chowder House, at 22 Granary Way in Boothbay Harbor, has closed its doors after 40 years in business.
Four people were transported to LincolnHealth’s Miles Campus in Damariscotta with non-life-threatening injuries after a three-vehicle collision on Route 1 in Waldoboro the afternoon of Wednesday, Sept. 12.
A Waldoboro resident who has been circulating a petition to ban consumer fireworks in the town met with the Waldoboro Board of Selectmen on Tuesday, Sept. 11.
The Maine Department of Transportation has demolished Haggett’s Garage, the 102-year-old Water Street office building at the center of much debate in Wiscasset the last two years.
Motorists driving toward Boothbay Harbor on Route 27 might notice a pretty new pink sign in Boothbay, just beyond Jordan Construction. Boothbay Canine Day Care & Boarding opened July 5, and owner Carole Jordan has been busy caring for, and playing with, dogs of all shapes, sizes, and temperaments for the last two months.
Seamus Gilbert, 18, of Bremen, started his own excavation business early this summer, shortly after his graduation from Lincoln Academy.
Democratic candidate for district attorney Natasha Irving, of Waldoboro, believes community-based restorative justice needs to be a priority in the district.
District Attorney Jonathan R. Liberman, R-West Bath, is touting his trial experience as he seeks his first full term as top prosecutor in the Midcoast.
Two new businesses will open in the former Wiscasset Old General Store in mid-September: a shop for gourmet coffee and smoothies and a dealer of Maine- and New England-made products.