Sports

  • As ultra marathoner Hunter de Garmo of Wiscasset takes each stride May 2 during his 31-mile run inside the Boothbay Region YMCA, his mother will be on his mind. In 2004, Barbara de Garmo was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. Her son is running Tuesday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

  • Midcoast Conservancy is offering an Invasive Plant Identification workshop on Thursday, May 25, from 4:30-6:30 p.m. at its Damariscotta Lake office.

  • Mark your calendars for Sunday, May 21, 7:30-10:30 a.m., for Midcoast Conservancy’s Hidden Valley Nature Center annual Pancake Breakfast at the Alna General Store. Everyone is invited to attend; it is a great opportunity to meet other members of the outdoor education and recreation community.

  • Whether you have a small yard or acres of property, you can garden and landscape to entice many of your favorite birds to your home. Jody Telfair will help participants work to create bird-friendly habitat around their homes.

  • Midcoast Conservancy will be offering a Stand Up Paddleboard and Canoe Camp on Damariscotta Lake Tuesday, June 20 through Thursday, June 22. The camp, for kids 9-14 years old, is free.

  • Baseball returned to Wiscasset Middle High School Friday afternoon with the Wolverines rallying from behind to defeat the Brunswick High School Dragons 4-3 in their final at bat.

  • WMHS softball

    The Wolverines scored two runs in the fourth inning but came up short, losing 6-2 to visiting Mountain Valley Friday at WMHS.

    Paige Adams drove in Farrah Casey with a base hit and later in the inning Natalie Potter scored, making it a 4-2 ballgame.

  • For nine years, Kieve-Wavus has hosted veterans and their families who want to take a much needed respite from their daily lives and visit our residential camps on the shores of Damariscotta Lake, free of charge.

  • We had our first tennis match of the season on Friday afternoon. Here are the results of our match against Oak Hill:
     
    1st Singles: Hayhlee Craig (senior)(Wiscasset) vs. Cassidy Tibbets (senior)(Oak Hill)
         -Set 1: 6-0 (Oak Hill)
  • Wiscasset Middle High School

    The Wolverines girls track team edged out Mountain Valley High School by one point, 92-91, to win the season’s first track and field meet April 25. It was the track program’s first team win since before Wiscasset High School became Wiscasset Middle High School.

  • WMHS softball

    Freshman Kelsey Jones had two hits and three putouts but the Wolverines softball team lost its season opener 19-4 to visiting Hall-Dale Monday afternoon.

  • Wiscasset Speedway has had more than its share of good luck when it comes to weather over the past few years. As a matter of fact, the track hadn't lost a full program to rain since June of 2014.

  • The Boothbay Region YMCA, in partnership with the Central Lincoln County (CLC) YMCA, are offering a combined and expanded summer camp experience – with transportation – to give kids and teens in Lincoln County an adventurous, active and healthy summer!

  • Discover the Midcoast

    There are a number of high hills along Maine’s Midcoast referred to as mountains. They include Mount Hunger in Edgecomb, Morse Mountain in Phippsburg and Higgins Mountain in Georgetown­ — all of which are on land preserves.

  • Oxbow Brewing Company is joining forces with Damariscotta River Association (DRA) to host the first Trail Tamers event of the season.