Three people were taken to hospitals with apparent minor injuries Saturday after a three-car accident on Edgecomb’s Route 1, Lincoln County sheriff’s officers said at the scene.
Maine has received funding from the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to gather critical data on violent deaths in Maine using the National Violent Death Reporting System (NVDRS) over the next five years, according to Maine Attorney General Janet T. Mills.
Among other things, this grant will allow the state to gather detailed information about the relationship between domestic abuse, homicide and suicide.
An Alna woman has been charged with felony domestic violence assault after she allegedly struck a four-year-old child with a toy train.
Cashel Fanslau, 33, of Alna, was charged with Class C assault of a child under six years of age. Class C crimes are felonies, and are punishable by up to 5 years in prison or up to a $10,000 fine. Fanslau has reportedly said the incident was an accident.
Over the past two weeks, students at the Center for Teaching and Learning have enjoyed hearing from some special visitors at Morning Meeting.
Maine Senate candidates Chris Johnson and Les Fossel — both running to represent District 13 — appeared on separate days to speak to the student body and answer questions posed by the seventh and eighth graders about their positions.
Each year, Heartwood Theater and Lincoln Academy (LA) mesh resources, providing exceptional opportunities for students to learn the rigors and rewards of live performance, while being nurtured, encouraged and challenged both on-stage and backstage. This fall, the 11th annual youth collaboration will culminate on stage, as 30-plus Midcoast students present the Broadway musical, "Jekyll & Hyde, the Musical.”
Banjo and accordion artist Jeff Grosser will bring a band of some of the state’s best jazz musicians to St. Andrews Village on Nov. 2 for a concert featuring Dixieland, swing and popular musical standards from the 1970s and 1980s.
We looked out the back window this morning and saw a flock of about 15 black-capped chickadees passing from treetop to treetop in a southerly direction. A glance at our feeders showed that the local neighborhood individuals still seemed in residence, and that they didn’t pay the slightest attention to the group hop-scotching through the yard.
Art work by Rosalind Welsh is on exhibit at Rising Tide Community Market through Nov. 1.
Welsh’s art is a combination of sculpture and paint. She sews the canvas then stretches it on the frame before applying the paint. The finished affect is a complete, cohesive work.
For more information, contact the artist at email@example.com.
The Lincoln County Animal Shelter is changing its hours of operation effective Tuesday, Nov. 4.
Formerly closed on Sundays, the Lincoln County Animal Shelter will now be open on Sundays from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and continue its Saturday hours from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
River Arts in Damariscotta will be hosting an opening reception for “Horse Power,” an exhibition featuring equine paintings by Beth Badger of Brunswick, on Oct. 25 from 1 to 6 p.m. The show, displayed in the West Gallery, features 30 oil paintings depicting horses of all sizes, their spirit and skills. Visitors are free to come to the opening dressed in “equestrian attire.”
Independent candidate for governor Eliot Cutler will be in the Boothbay region on Saturday, Oct. 25 to visit two businesses, according to his campaign office.
Cutler will be at Eventide Specialties, 5 Boothbay House Hill Road, from 3:15 to 3:35 p.m.
The experienced crafts collector, as well as the simply curious, can all find one-of-a-kind pieces at the Augusta Fine Crafts Show. Maine Crafts Guild will hosts this year's 18th annual exhibition “Encounter the Exquisite,” on Saturday, Nov. 1 and Sunday, Nov. 2 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Maine State Museum Cultural Building. Admission is free.