• Heartwood presents comedic chestnut, ‘Arsenic & Old Lace’

    A perennial favorite takes the stage at Heartwood Regional Theater Company in Damariscotta, as farce, melodrama, absurdity and horror blend smoothly into a delicious concoction that has delighted audiences for over 70 years. “Arsenic & Old Lace,” by Joseph Kesserling, opens May 2 in the Poe Theater, at Lincoln Academy.

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  • Southport School 4-year-old/kindergarten registration

    Southport School is having a 4-year-old/kindergarten registration on Wednesday, May 14 from 1 to 3 p.m. Please call the school (207-633-3132) to set up an appointment for your child. To qualify for the 4-year-old program, your child must turn 4 before October 15, 2014. To qualify for the kindergarten program, your child must turn 5 before October 15, 2014.

  • YMCA revises tree harvest under planning board’s conditions

    The Boothbay Region YMCA has agreed to replant and restore a clearing of trees at Camp Knickerbocker, as mandated by the Boothbay planning board. 

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  • Letter to the Editor

    Don't skimp on branding signage

    Dear Editor:

    It was with great interest that I read in today's Boothbay Register online edition of the Walkability Study and new "branding" of the region effort. I couldn't agree more with the purpose of the study as I perceive it: to put a consistent and impressive face on the region for the purpose of attracting more visitors and in general, just improving the quality of life of the region.

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  • Get your Alumni Banquet tickets before May 28

    The Alumni Banquet, sponsored by the Boothbay Region Alumni Association, will be held Sunday, June 1 in the gymnasium of the Boothbay Region Elementary School. We will feature a guest speaker at the banquet, so please join us. The members of the senior class will be guests of the Alumni Association and will be admitted free of charge.

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  • LCSO

    Detective Terry Michaud named '2013 Deputy of the Year'

    On April 4, the dining common at Lincoln Academy was once again host to the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office annual awards banquet. Each year, for the past nine years, Sheriff Todd Brackett and his command staff have hosted a dinner and awards ceremony honoring staff, as well as community members and service organizations that support the mission of the sheriff’s office.

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  • Letter to the Editor

    Wishing Rep. MacDonald a fine retirement

    Dear Editor:

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  • Wiscasset Speedway set to open for 45th season

    Maine's fast oval track is ready to embark on its 45th season on Saturday afternoon, April 19 at 2 p.m. It also marks the second full season under the ownership and guidance of Richard and Vanessa Jordan on Kingfield.

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  • Damariscotta donates $2,000 to trolley project

    When the first passenger train in 55 years rolls into Newcastle, it will most likely have a trolley to ferry customers around parts of Lincoln County.

    When that trolley comes, Damariscotta will pitch in.

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  • Rotary gives money to Lincoln County Communications Center

    The Boothbay Harbor Rotary Club donated $1,000 to the Lincoln County Communications Center to help small callers.

    Daren and Debbie Graves were on hand to present a check for $1,000 to the Communications Center to help purchase a new emergency 911 simulator, which will be used by young students.

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  • 'Save Your Pipes' campaign wins New England merit award

    Chris Higgins, superintendent of the Boothbay Harbor Sewer District, was informed Thursday, April 17 that the Maine WasteWater Control Association has been selected to receive USEPA New England’s Environmental Merit Award for the “Save Your Pipes: Don’t Flush Baby Wipes” public education campaign, developed and implemented in conjunction with INDA, the w

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  • Sen. Susan Collins

    Lessons learned from Lac-Megantic disaster

    In the early morning hours of Saturday, July 6, 2013, a freight train carrying more than a million gallons of crude oil was sent hurtling toward Lac-Megantic, a small, picturesque Canadian village located only 30 miles from the Maine border. The train derailed in the center of town, leveling several blocks and killing 47 residents. This was an unthinkable loss that touched every member of that close-knit community and so many people in our state.

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