The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention has reported seven new cases of COVID-19 and five more recoveries in Lincoln County over the past week.
A Wiscasset police officer is isolating at home with mild symptoms after testing positive for COVID-19.
A team of veterans from Boothbay’s American Legion Post is on a mission to create temporary housing for homeless veterans in Maine.
Medomak Valley High School and Union Elementary School have each identified one positive case of COVID-19 and, as a result, have switched from a hybrid model to full-time distance learning until further notice.
While health care systems today keep electronic medical records to maintain the highest level of security of patients’ personal information, one LincolnHealth employee remembers when all billing records involved carbon copies and “high-tech” was a newfangled bookkeeping machine.
A Bremen father and daughter duo, both licensed medical cannabis caregivers, have branched out to open Damariscotta’s second and final medical cannabis storefront, Above and Beyond Cannabis LLC.
Construction of public restrooms in Damariscotta’s municipal parking lot will begin in early November, according to the contractor.
The Newcastle Board of Selectmen and members of the Newcastle Planning Board defended the town’s proposed Core Zoning Code during a remote public hearing Monday, Oct. 19.
Bristol resident Margaret “Meg” Klingelhofer has endured 15 long months of treatment for breast cancer, going through some of the most intense treatment in Boston during the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now cancer-free, she joined in the “Pink Your Ride” parade through the Twin Villages on Saturday, Oct. 17.
A developer is proposing to build a 4.95-megawatt, 18-acre community solar farm on two parcels off Controversy Lane in Waldoboro.
Edgecomb voters approved the town’s 2020-2021 education budget in a special referendum Thursday, Oct. 15, after rejecting the initial budget two months earlier.
The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention has reported four new cases of COVID-19 and two more recoveries in Lincoln County residents over the past week.
The Alna Board of Appeals, during a Zoom meeting Friday, Oct. 16, upheld the Alna Planning Board’s decision to deny a shoreland zoning permit for the Golden Ridge Sportsman’s Club project.
The new owners of the Kavanagh House in Newcastle, built by a prominent 19th-century businessman and once home to a congressman and governor of Maine, are restoring the historic Federal-style mansion.