• Washington kindergartner Kandace Emerson, granddaughter of Mike and Tammy Fiore of Wiscasset, stayed on green for good behavior all last week. So her family let her choose a Saturday event to go to. She picked Wiscasset’s ScarecrowFest.

  • Wiscasset Middle High School sent a small but spirited team of dedicated cross-country runners to the Mountain Valley Conference championship meet this past Saturday.


    Grace Webber, Maeve Blodgett and Vanessa Dunn scored in that order as the Wolverines ended the regular soccer season with a 3-0 victory over visiting Telstar Saturday afternoon at Wiscasset Middle High School.

  • ‘I very much oppose the administration’s plan to repeal the clean power act’

    ROCKPORT — U.S. Sen. Susan Collins, (R-Maine), greeted members of the Penobscot Bay Regional Chamber of Commerce at a Friday morning business breakfast, Oct.

  • The Gawler Family

    Registration is still open for the Oct. 14 forestry event, “A Day in the Woods” at Hidden Valley Nature Center on Saturday, October 14.

  • The Knox-Lincoln County Twilight Baseball League started after World War II and thrived through the ’40s, ’50s and ’60s. The league included many town teams from coastal Maine. It was great entertainment, and sometimes drew fans in the thousands. They even had night games under the lights.

  • Twenty-one years ago, Chandler Longfellow came into this world as a distant relative to the great American poet, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, and was named after a classic television character, “Chandler Bing.” But Chandler Longfellow’s passion doesn’t lie within the arts, but rather sport.

  • Student Council President Vanessa Dunn is most looking forward to the time she’ll get to spend with fellow students this homecoming, including the bleacher-decorating.

  • Behind Damariscotta River Association’s (DRA’s) biweekly water quality monitoring efforts, islands and public lands stewardship, oyster gardening program, and school-based nature education programs is a boat: the solid and dependable Wendy J.

  • WMHS soccer

    Grace Webber scored three goals and Lindsey Gordon recorded nine saves as the Wolverines defeated Winthrop 3-1 Wednesday evening, Sept. 27 at Wiscasset Middle High School.

  • More than 100 people attended the Twin Villages Business Forum at the Damariscotta River Association’s Darrows Barn Sept. 22 in Damariscotta.