• Odds of trapping a white lobster is 1 in 100 million

    THOMASTON – It is the rarest of rare lobsters, and the chances of catching one are 1 in 100 million, but that's what Desiree Smith, of Rockland, did. She found in his traps an albino/white lobster, and it is now at Brooks Trap Mill in Thomaston.

  • Wiscasset Municipal Airport

    Wiscasset’s Airport Advisory Committee and Interim Airport Manager Rick Tetrev on Sept. 20 wondered where to pare the next budget to meet selectmen’s directive. Selectmen earlier this month called on Town Manager Marian Anderson to find $500,000 to cut from the town budget next year.

  • A team of experienced counselors and state and federal agency staff will present a morning workshop Tuesday, Oct. 3, from 8 to 9:30 a.m. for people planning a new business or considering changes to their existing enterprise.  

  • Boothbay Region Community Navigator

    New Ventures Maine and Boothbay Region Community Navigator are partnering to offer My Money Works, a free, five-week class beginning Sept.

  • Starting Monday, Oct. 16 in Brunswick and Wednesday, Oct. 25 in Boothbay Harbor, New Ventures Maine will offer My Next Career Move, a free month-long class to help you take charge of your career and create an action plan to achieve success.

  • After 40 years of innovative and dedicated service to this community, Dr. Ed Kitfield has transferred ownership of his practice to Dr. Cortney Linville. Our strong, compassionate team is not changing, however.

  • The Wiscasset Art Walk on Aug. 31 was all it usually is, and more.

  • In all of Joe Westleigh’s travels as a commercial trucker, in all 48 contiguous states, the Woolwich man’s favorite stop so far has been the Grand Canyon. It was part of a combination honeymoon-work trip with wife Melisa.

  • The public is invited to visit Mook Sea Farm and its grow-out sites and enjoy delectable oysters at the University of Maine Cooperative Extension Knox-Lincoln Counties annual meeting 5-7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept.

  • Calypso, a Boothbay Harbor boutique that features contemporary clothing, jewelry and accessories, will host a trunk show Sept. 8, featuring ceramic beadwork and jewelry from a small workshop in Kenya, Africa that is run solely by native women.

  • Debby Schling, a successful real estate broker with Newcastle Realty for over 10 years, was named the 2017 Realtor of the Year by the Lincoln County Council of the Merrymeeting Board of Realtors in June.

  • Maine Maritime Museum

    Maine Maritime Museum and Red Cloak Haunted History Tours are again offering their popular “Lighthouse Legends and Lore” boat excursions, including a landing on Burnt Island and exploration of the haunted lighthouse station (keeper’s house, boat house, tower) there. A portion

  • If you’ve ever had a drink, a meal, or both at Schooner Landing in Damariscotta, no doubt you’ve seen the big, bright, red-hulled boat tied up at a dock beside the restaurant.

  • The Morris Farm Trust will host a Farm to Table Dinner on Saturday, Sept. 16 at 5:30 p.m. This elegant seven-course dinner will feature white tablecloths, fresh flowers and fine wine.

  • NAPA Auto Parts in Wiscasset is providing a discount to area first responders, including fire, police and EMS.