During Tuesday night's Wiscasset school committee meeting, member Jason Putnam had a question about a policy on the agenda, regarding transgender students. According to the policy, students who identify as a gender other than their birth gender are welcome to use facilities appropriate to the gen
Bill Ellsworth was 80 when he died in a motor vehicle accident in Nobleboro Dec. 6. He’d recently been ill and had been considering retirement, according to Lt. Rand Maker of the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office.
On Dec. 4, Wiscasset Middle High School's high school student council traveled to visit the veterans at Togus. This is the fifth year the students have visited. It has become a tradition the students really look forward to.
Stephanie McSherry has a vision for the Merry barn in Edgecomb. And after receiving approval from the town’s planning board Dec. 6, what once was a local dance hall will now be a literacy center for the area’s writers, educators and schoolchildren.
Midcoast Humane will host its annual Home for the Holidays special adoption event on Dec. 15 and 16 at the shelter’s Brunswick Campus at 30 Range Road. The adoption event will feature over four dozen puppies, as well as kittens, dogs, cats, and small animals for adoption.
On Saturday night, when the temperature outside was well below freezing and still falling, the temperature inside the Water’s Edge banquet facility was getting hot. That is because the first-ever Snow Ball was getting off to a rocking good start.
Many people resort to desperate measures to control their weight and the way they eat—expensive diets, surgery, medications, excessive exercise, purging, abuse of laxatives, and extreme food restriction. Others don’t know where to turn or have just given up hope.
Wiscasset Holiday Marketfest kicked off Dec. 6 with festivities on the Main Street Pier. Bundled up against the cold, families, carolers, and even the man in the red suit himself kept warm with hot cocoa and Christmas cookies before the fireworks show Big Al’s Fireworks put on.