• Wiscasset Speedway

    What happens when you put the fastest asphalt sprint cars in the world on Maine's fastest track? You get a whole new level of speed.

  • State C track meet

    Hard work and a lot of practice paid off for junior Matt Chapman who returned to Wiscasset Middle High School a state champion following Saturday’s State C meet hosted by Massabesic High School in Waterboro.

  • Oxbow Brewing Co.
    Friday, June 8
  • There’s nothing like exploring the physical artifacts of another era to bring us closer to our past. There’s also a real excitement that comes with unearthing artifacts that have not seen the light of day for hundreds of years.

  • Women Mind the Water celebrates two of Maine’s indispensable resources – women and water – with its digital stories project. Women Mind the Water (WMW) Digital Stories Project offers women and girls a place to share personal stories about their experiences with water.

  • To get a push from the outgoing tide, the Sheepscot River Race on Saturday, June 30, will start at 3 p.m. at the Sherman Lake Rest Area on Route 1 in Newcastle. All paddlers are invited to participate – from from youth to seasoned, recreational and competitive, canoes, kayaks, and paddle boards.

  • Sign up now, save money and reserve your race T-shirt!

    Run the Lobster Roll 5K on Saturday, July 28 as an individual or team. It's still $20 for a fabulous scenic race - race day will be $25.

  • Join professional educator and wildflower enthusiast Susan Taylor for a wildflower walk at Hidden Valley Nature Center Friday, June 1 from 10 a.m. to noon.

  • Cameron Crocker drove in seven runs with a home run and two doubles, and pitched three scoreless innings working in relief as Boothbay Region outlasted Wiscasset Middle High school 17-7.

  • There are convincing wins, and then there's what Ben Ashline did Sunday afternoon at Wiscasset Speedway. On a cloudy cool day, in front of a packed house at Maine's fastest track, on its biggest stage, Ashline turned in on of the most dominating performances in recent memory.

  • Track and Field

    Wiscasset’s Busline League track and field teams had strong showings and some personal bests in the league’s championship meet May 24 in Belfast.

  • Wolverine track

    Wiscasset Middle High School had some outstanding individual performances at the Mountain Valley Conference Championship meet hosted by Lisbon Thursday afternoon, May 24.

    Grace Webber won the high jump clearing 5-2; Mountain Valley’s Lauren Stearling cleared 5-0 and placed second.

  • Mountain Valley Conference Softball

    The Wolverines pounded out a dozen hits upending Dirigo 21-10 at Dixfield May 21 in Mountain Valley Conference softball action. The win was Wiscasset Middle High School’s third of the season, but a 13-0 loss to Monmouth May 23 dimmed hopes of a post-season berth.

  • Get inspired for one’s own gardens

    BOOTHBAY— If it’s rain, clouds or sunshine this weekend, it doesn’t matter. Mainers will be able to get into Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens in Boothbay for free this Saturday through Monday, May 26-28, the only time this perk is offered during the year.