• When communities and scientists realized there was a lack of data about ocean acidification along the coast of Maine, local residents rolled up their sleeves, organized a regional partnership known as Maine Coastal Observing Alliance (MCOA), and got to work.

  • America's Boating Club (aka U.S. Power Squadron) will be holding a hands-on flare demo/training session at the Wiscasset Yacht Club on Thursday, Aug. 2 at 6 p.m.

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

  • Would you like to be surrounded by history and imagine what it was like to have lived in a house in the 1700s or 1800s yet still enjoy all the amenities of today’s world?

  • Each spring, millions of alewives migrate up Maine’s rivers and streams to spawn, and in the summer, their millions of offspring migrate back to the sea. A talk by Dr. Karen Wilson and Dr.

  • On Saturday, Sept. 8, chefs from central and Midcoast Maine will compete in the 6th annual Celebrity Chef Challenge. This year’s event will be held with Spectrum Generations’ partner, the Central Lincoln County YMCA, at their newly renovated facility at 525 Main Street, Damariscotta.  

  • The meeting on July 12 at the Lincoln County Planning Commission, in conjunction with the Wiscasset Area Chamber of Commerce, was supposed to bring downtown merchants together to create activities that would bring in people during the Maine Department of Transportation construction project.

  • Imagine an aquaculture product that could solve today’s biggest food supply challenges. It would be rich in essential nutrients, grow quickly, and require minimal natural resources. Instead of harming the environment, it would have a therapeutic impact.

  • Christopher Juntura said outside the Wiscasset municipal building Monday night, he was feeling relieved he can start building his brewery on Wood Lane. He has a hop farm there.

  • ​During the upcoming months it is all hands on deck at the Wiscasset, Waterville and Farmington Railway Museum in Alna. We need your help to build a bridge!

  •  What is it like to study the ocean at a world-class research institute? Find out on Friday, July 20, when Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences hosts its annual open house from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on its East Boothbay campus.

  • Before asking the town’s permission to blast, Crooker Construction will meet with neighbors of the Alna-Whitefield gravel pit, engineer Mike Abbott of the Topsham firm told the Alna Planning Board Monday night.

  • Local resident Heidi Leighton is selling hot dogs from her cart on the Boothbay Common on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. throughout the summer.

  • Marybeth Canedy of Jefferson submitted the winning T-shirt design for this year’s Damariscotta Pumpkinfest & RegattaTM.

  • Airport Advisory Committee

    When pilots fuel up at Wiscasset Municipal Airport now and they pay via credit card, they are using a new $15,000 cellular system.