Slated to air in January, a new Maine reality show is on the horizon. Early on Sunday mornings, six guys walk onto a dairy farm with a 12-pack of Bud Light and heads full of ideas to share for the week. They call it (and spell it) “Cherch of the Holy Cow. And it all happens in the north Newcastle location officially named Cowshit Corner, which is also the intended name of the upcoming reality series.
Wiscasset voters will have contests to decide for three of the seats on the town's new school committee.
Nominations closed at 5 p.m. Deccember 5. Colleen Bennett and Wenonah Wirick each turned in papers for the seat with the first term to expire, in June 2014. And Douglas Smith, Sharon Nichols and Steven Smith all turned in papers for the two seats whose terms end in June 2016.
The Lincoln Country Sheriff's Office issued an alert on December 5 at 1:24 p.m., of an 80-year-old man named Charles Grimes that left his residence in Winchester, Mass., at approximately 9:30 a.m. and did not return home.
Grimes owns a summer residence in Southport and is reported to have Alzheimer’s disease. He drives a grey 2010 Ford Focus with a Maine license plate number 1005-SC.
“The Best Christmas Pageant Ever,” written by Barbara Robinson, will be performed at the Chocolate Church Arts Center, Dec. 19 through 22. Each show will feature local musicians and singers performing Christmas carols before the play, adding another layer of festivity and entertainment for families.
In a country enthralled with youth, it’s nice to see the occasional nod to old age.
Last Sunday, December 1, Loring “Larry” Edgerly accepted the Boston Post Cane from Woolwich Selectmen’s Chairman David King and now reigns as Woolwich’s oldest living citizen.
King made the presentation at the town’s annual tree lighting and yule sing at Nequasset Meetinghouse.
The Monhegan Energy Task Force, a volunteer group of Monhegan residents consisting of representatives from the Monhegan Plantation Power District (MPPD) and the island’s assessors’ office, as well as several concerned citizens, is leading the process of engaging the community in discussions with Maine Aqua Ventus about its proposed pilot project.
Savory Maine of Damariscotta is beginning its December music series featuring local musicians. Every Thursday and Saturday, from 6 to 8 p.m., musicians from around the Midcoast will entertain and charm diners at Savory Maine. This month two performers will have their Savory Maine debuts!
Before the year is out, Newcastle voters will vote on a contentious town issue.
Newcastle will have a special town meeting at 7 p.m., Monday, Dec. 9 at the Newcastle Fire Station.
Residents will be tasked with voting on five articles, including the donation from the Standard of Newcastle, LLC.
Behind the scenes work continues in Wiscasset toward a possible expansion by wound care products maker Molnlycke.
The latest projected time frame for the company to announce if it will expand its Rynel plant on Twin Rivers Drive has now come and gone.
In the annals of government, apparently late is better than never. However, whether a late government review is more meaningful than no or timely government review remains to be seen.
Although there were no concrete answers, Chief Deputy Ken Mason of the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office offered one reason the jail count had grown so high.
“Crime doesn't take holidays,” he said Tuesday during the Lincoln County Commissioners meeting in Wiscasset.
Damage from trucks associated with a Mount Hunger Road gravel pit have made the road impassible to emergency vehicles, Edgecomb selectmen and Road Commissioner Scott Griffin said December 4.