A lobster boat, the Mona Jean, caught fire at its mooring and was gutted by the flames the morning of Christmas Eve in South Bristol.
Hundreds of readers submitted thousands of photos to The Lincoln County News’ photo contest in its third year. Now it is up to readers to decide which of the 12 finalists will win the 2019 #LCNme365 photo contest.
A wine bar will open at 65 Main St. in Wiscasset as soon as possible, the proprietors told the Wiscasset Planning Board on Monday, Dec. 23.
Lincoln County Television, the Newcastle-based public access station, has reversed a recent name change and begun a search for a technical director to lead the station into a new chapter in its history.
A downtown Damariscotta mainstay celebrated 25 years in business this year.
U.S. Rep. Chellie Pingree, D-Maine, convened a roundtable discussion about the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s rules for hemp cultivation at Sheepscot General Farm in Whitefield on Monday, Dec. 16.
Two best friends recently opened a barbershop in Wiscasset village for men, women, and children alike.
Joshua Rosenthal, a 16-year-old violinist living in Damariscotta, will get national exposure when one of his performances begins airing on the National Public Radio program “From the Top” during the week of Dec. 16.
An SUV struck the building home to Cigaret Shopper and the Golden Wok Chinese restaurant in Waldoboro on Tuesday, Dec. 17. The crash damaged the building, but there were no injuries.
Damariscotta Bank and Trust Co. will merge into Bangor Savings Bank in June or July of 2020, if an agreement between the banks’ parent companies meets with the necessary approvals.
Firefighters extricated a man through the windshield of a pickup truck after a single-vehicle crash on Route 126 in Jefferson the morning of Monday, Dec. 16. The man was taken to an Augusta hospital.
There was singing, dancing, and a gymnasium bursting with respect and admiration during Wreaths Across America’s first-ever convoy stop at Lincoln Academy in Newcastle on Sunday, Dec. 8.
A recent special meeting reveals Edgecomb residents have mixed feelings, but share general interest in exploring ways to improve efficiency and access in the town office, as well as forming a public works department.
The Damariscotta-born and Newcastle-based department store chain Renys recently received Maine Preservation’s Earle G. Shettleworth Jr. Preservation Champion Award for its commitment to Maine downtowns and their historic buildings.