Lincoln Academy theater students merged ancient Celtic myth with fresh music and choreography in their production of “Silk Cove,” playing at the Parker B. Poe Theater in Newcastle.
In less than an hour, South Bristol School eighth grader Amelia Rice correctly spelled 11 words to outlast her competitors at the Maine State Spelling Bee on March 26.
On March 29, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration authorized a second booster shot for those over age 50, and those with weakened immune systems who had received a booster four months ago.
Fire departments from South Bristol, Damariscotta, Bremen, and Bristol responded to a fire at the Walpole Barn at 135 Route 129 in South Bristol on the morning of March 30.
A small barn fire on Rockland Road in Jefferson the afternoon on March 29 caused damage but no destruction, Jefferson Fire Chief Walter Morris said.
The Maine Department of Marine Resources announced that an updated online Vibrio certification quiz will be posted for marine harvesters and primary dealers in Vibrio Control Areas on April 1.
Damariscotta Historical Society has found a location for its headquarters in the heart of downtown Damariscotta.
The parking lot out front of the Abenaki Trading Company on Route 1 in Edgecomb is empty save for owner and operator Jocelyn Howe’s car on a Friday in late March. An open flag waved under spring sun.
Dick Chadwick will be hanging up his wrenches on March 31 after 45 years at Chadwick’s Power Products in Nobleboro.
Jefferson residents will vote on a 1,002.74% increase to fund emergency medical services, a new medical marijuana ordinance, and 30 other warrant articles at its annual town meeting by referendum on Tuesday, March 29.
Alna residents will decide whether to contract with Central Lincoln County Ambulance or Wiscasset Ambulance Service and vote on 47 other articles at the annual town referendum and meeting on March 25 and 26.
Residents overwhelmingly voted to allow the comprehensive plan committee to continue working on shaping the future of Bristol, during the annual town meeting on March 22.
Only three out of approximately 86 Whitefield voters favored spending $20,000 of American Rescue Plan Act funds to erect an electronic sign at Whitefield Elementary School during the annual town meeting March 19 in the school gymnasium.
A Waldoboro family lost two pets and most of their belongings in a structure fire at 422 Reef Road the morning of March 23.