Two Lincoln County veterans were among the honorees treated to a free round trip to Washington D.C. Sept. 23-25, courtesy of Honor Flight Maine.
Bristol lawyer and lobsterman Nathaniel “Nat” Hussey started playing piano and guitar when he was 6 years old and that has been a driving motivation throughout his life.
A two-car head-on collision on Route 1 in Damariscotta closed the highway for several hours Friday, Oct. 14 and sent the operators of both vehicles to the hospital.
Katie Genthner’s longtime dream has been to open her own bakery in Waldoboro. Now, people stop the 22-year-old at the grocery store to ask, “Aren’t you the one with the cake shop?”
Candidates for Maine House of Representatives and the Lincoln County Board of Commissioners discussed education, business issues, and housing during the third of four political forums hosted by The Lincoln County News ahead of the Tuesday, Nov. 8 election.
Members of the community are rallying around a Nobleboro family whose 10-year-old son was diagnosed with rare form of bone cancer this summer.
The Damariscotta Pumpkinfest and Regatta roared back to life over the weekend, a slightly smaller edition than previous years, but one that still featured the full flavor of Damariscotta’s most famous festival.
COVID-19 tests performed through LincolnHealth have increased in each of the past two weeks, while positive tests remain “relatively stable,” hospital spokesperson John Martins said by email.
Looking to make a difference in her community, Boothbay Harbor Selectman Tricia Warren, R-Boothbay Harbor, is making her first bid for state office with a campaign for the House District 48 seat.
House District 48 Rep. Holly Stover, D-Boothbay, plans to prioritize the housing and the work force issues before the state if she is elected to a third term in the Legislature in November. House District 48 includes Boothbay, Boothbay Harbor, Edgecomb, South Bristol, Southport, and Westport Island.
For Medomak Valley High School graduate Connor Daigle, running wasn’t always in the plan but is now one of the biggest parts of his life.
A group of six women brought together by the backyard game of cornhole have recently relocated The Cornhole Connection from Thomaston to Waldoboro.
There was more for candidates to agree rather than draw distinct party lines on at the Lincoln County News/Boothbay Register candidates forum on Monday, Oct. 3.
The conversation was cordial and the political differences were obvious during the first of four candidate forums hosted by The Lincoln County News on Thursday, Sept. 29.