The Lincoln County NewsTime 2022-09-14 22:59:11
Web Name: The Lincoln County News
Looking to give voters their choice in leadership Jane Beckwith, D-Randolph is making her first bid for public office a campaign for the House District 53 seat.
Focused on improving Maine’s economy, state Rep. Michael Lemelin, R-Chelsea, is running for House District 53 in a bid for a second consecutive term in the House.
Paul Yates says he was born with a love of “old stuff” and he has worked to preserve history and the town of Bristol throughout his life.
Bristol Town Administrator Chris Hall will retire from the sixth different career he has had in his life when he leaves his current post at the end of 2022.
The Webster Van Winkle building on LincolnHealth’s Miles Campus in Damariscotta is getting a facelift and will soon house the hospital’s wellness and rehabilitation services.
Wiscasset had a very special visitor this past week: World War II U.S. Navy veteran Jack Burkholder.
Facing with the very real possibility of running out of money, a reshuffling of the Morris Farm Trust Board of Trustees and a refinancing of the trust’s debt could herald a new lease on life for the 27-year-old nonprofit.
A Pro Stock driver was LifeFlighted to Maine Medical Center in Portland following a crash at the Wiscasset Speedway on Sunday, Sept. 4, according to a post on the Wiscasset Speedway LLC Facebook page.
The positivity rate of COVID-19 tests at LincolnHealth increased slightly to 13.77%, from 8.72% last week, according to hospital spokesperson John Martins.
Looking to build on a career of providing economic opportunity for her community Senator Eloise Vitelli, D-Arrowsic, is seeking a fourth consecutive term in the race for Senate District 24.
Business owner Matthew Brackley, R-West Bath, is looking to address “burdensome regulations” with his bid for Senate District 24.
Sylvia Keene considers herself an “endangered species” who was born and raised in the same house in Union and never had any desire to live anywhere else but Maine.
Ladies in fringed silk dresses and jeweled headbands, gentlemen in bowties, boaters and Gatsby-white all danced and dined on the shores of the Damariscotta River to celebrate a milestone birthday. The Lincoln Home senior living community in Newcastle turned 95 on Saturday, Aug. 20.
A Damariscotta landmark is going on the market in the near future. The lucky buyer will purchase a destination business with name recognition, a well-established clientele, and an enviable placement in niche market that cuts across demographic lines.
A special town meeting vote to set aside $200,000 for a revaluation of properties in Dresden ended in a 28-28 tie, causing the question to fail, on Tuesday, Aug. 30.123…261Next Page »
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