The operator and passenger of a motorcycle suffered severe injuries in a crash on Main Street in Damariscotta the afternoon of Wednesday, July 15.
Jenny Milchman always knew she wanted to write a novel set on an island in Maine.
A pickup rollover on Route 17 in Somerville sent the driver to the hospital Monday, July 20.
A 2017 graduate of Lincoln Academy who recently completed her junior year at Bates College in Lewiston has won a prestigious scholarship awarded to students with a commitment to public service – the same scholarship won by her father in 1994.
When Monhegan’s Island Inn opened its doors for the summer on June 22, a full month after its usual opening date, co-owners Michael Brassard and Jaye Morency knew the inn’s business would suffer. The question was: how much?
In Jim Drum’s 35 years in Maine’s real estate industry, he has never seen a year quite like 2020.
The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office has engaged in self-reflection and training spurred by worldwide calls for policing reform, Sheriff Todd Brackett said during a forum in Bremen on Thursday, July 9.
Coveside Restaurant and Marina in South Bristol is back to business, but not as usual, under new management and with a new chef – offering a traditional seaside menu with Cuban flair.
Alna First Selectman Melissa Spinney will take a 45-day leave of absence, effective immediately, due to what she calls “harassment” of town officials.
The Waldoboro Planning Board, on Wednesday, July 8, approved the Waldoboro Food Pantry’s relocation to a barn on Friendship Street.
Lincoln County saw one new case of COVID-19, one hospitalization, and another recovery from the respiratory illness caused by the coronavirus during the past week. The new case is just the sixth reported since May 23.
With the donation of a vehicle and fuel from local businesses and assistance from the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, the Lincoln County Summer Meals program is bringing food to more children than ever.
Lightning struck twice at 20 Farm Woods Road in Bristol the afternoon of Tuesday, July 14. The first strike hit a tree and the second caused a house fire.
The Wiscasset, Waterville & Farmington Railway Museum in Alna is carrying out expansion efforts despite the COVID-19 pandemic, thanks to the dedicated efforts of an army of volunteers. The virus and state regulations effectively shut down regular operations in March.