About a year after a fire destroyed the N.C. Hunt Lumber sawmill in Jefferson, a brand-new mill is up and running, employing locals and producing lumber.
Edging out her nearest competitor by 15 votes, Hope Prentice won the March #LCNme365 photo contest with a photo of her dog Moxie peering into a snow cave.
At 8 a.m., Monday, March 30, about 30 elver fishermen were at the Pemaquid Falls town landing to claim their fishing spots for a shortened season.
Damariscotta native and world-renowned opera singer Kate Aldrich has been in the middle of Italy’s country-wide lockdown with her husband and 9-year-old daughter since it began the evening of March 10.
At a coronavirus-shortened annual town meeting Saturday, March 21, Alna voters approved enough of the warrant to keep their government running, while a selectman decried what he called a “secret campaign” to unseat another selectman.
Firefighters from five local departments battled a garage fire on Black Brook Drive in Somerville the morning of Saturday, March 21. A family was able to exit the nearby home safely, and firefighters were able to save the house, a barn, and several animals.
The Waldoboro Planning Board granted conditional approval to a 3-megawatt, 10-acre solar farm, likely the largest in Lincoln County, in a 4-0 vote Wednesday, March 11.
About 55 South Bristol voters approved their education and municipal budgets, including a new prekindergarten program, during annual town meeting at South Bristol School on Tuesday, March 10.
Lincoln County Democrats caucused at several locations Sunday, March 8, working to “rise and organize” after the state’s first presidential primary in 20 years.
Somerville voters adopted rules for marijuana businesses, decided to go back to electing their road commissioner, and approved a broadband grant application and debt refinancing during a special town meeting Saturday, March 7.
In between working as the Edgecomb tax collector and volunteering her time as a member of the Edgecomb Historical Society, a resident spends her time making quilts and putting them on display.
Camden National Bank welcomed the local community during a ribbon-cutting ceremony and reception at its new Damariscotta branch on Tuesday, March 10.
After 36 years of teaching, retiring Bristol Consolidated School teacher Becky Cooper said her enthusiasm and passion for her career has never waned.
Although no cases of the coronavirus have been confirmed yet in Maine, LincolnHealth is preparing for what health officials see as a likely spread in the state and the county.