• WARREN – On July 21, at approximately 2:55 p.m., The Knox County Sheriff’s Office, Warren Fire Department, Waldoboro, and Warren Ambulance Services responded to a three-vehicle collision at the intersection of Route 1 and the North Pond Road in Warren.

  • Tickets are available for the third annual Lobster and More event on Saturday, Aug. 18 at 4 p.m. The Lincoln Home hosts this fundraiser to support the Resident Financial Aid Fund and bring the community together for a fun evening.

  • The Lincoln County All-Star Little League Team, age 11 defeated the Lewiston All-Star Team in a thrilling 5-4 win Saturday in a round of the 2018 Maine State Championship Tournament.

  • Wiscasset School Department

    Wiscasset’s superintendent of schools, Terry Wood, said she has held almost every job there is in education, and she’s loved them all. “I’ve been a bus driver. I’ve taught at the pre-K level while I was also superindendent of schools. I’ve been an assistant principal.

  • The Lincoln County Emergency Management Agency previewed its new emergency operations center (EOC) on Thursday evening, July 19.

    Local public safety members and other invited guests toured the facilities in the county courthouse at 32 High St. in Wiscasset.

  • Town of Edgecomb

    The next Edgecomb Planning Board agenda will look a lot like the July 19 one as three applications were either tabled or withdrawn. The board reviewed three site plan applications, but all three lacked information.

  • Sept. 20-22

    The Boothbay community welcomes all to join us for three days of Maine’s best food, beer, wine, entertainment and music for all to enjoy. There will be something for everyone!

  • Cumberland County Courts

    Sumner Lipman of Lipman and Katz, and James Belleau of Trafton, Matzen, Belleau and Frenette appeared in Cumberland County Superior Court in Portland to file a class action suit July 19 on behalf of Scarborough's Mark Levesque, the representative of the proposed class, and all Central Maine Power

  • The Morris Farm in Wiscasset is having its second annual CorgiWalk on July 28 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

  • Woolwich wants to hear what its residents over 65 have to say about their community. A forthcoming survey will determine how age-friendly the town is.

  • The Lincoln County Registry of Deeds provided the following information on property transfers recorded in June:


  • Police Chief Jeff Lange reported the following activity for July 9 through July 15:



  • In June, Edgecomb residents authorized the purchase of a new fire truck. That was the easy part. During a June 4 special town meeting, 31 residents unanimously approved buying the $247,600 truck. Now comes the hard part, figuring out how to pay for the town’s first new fire truck since 1989.

  • On Sunday, Alna’s Roger Whitney recalled playing Head Tide Church’s 1894 organ for a wedding party that wasn’t there. He played the prelude, he said. “All of a sudden, this school bus comes up.”

  • Woolwich contractor Jack A. Shaw & Sons will carry out Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) improvements at the Nequasset Park boat launch and swimming area.