• Fun events for all ages at The Lincoln Home

    For railroad enthusiasts, young and old, make sure to stop in Thursday, October 15, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., as The Lincoln Home is hosting the Maine3Railers Model Railroad’s Club unique model railroad display.

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  • Boothbay football wins Homecoming game

    The Boothbay Region High School football team had a triumphant homecoming. The Seahawks defeated the Telstar Rebels, 38-8, Friday for their first victory of the season. The contest was never in doubt as the Seahawks scored 22 first quarter points.

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  • Yoga group for survivors of sexual abuse to begin sessions

    Sexual Assault Support Services of Midcoast Maine (SASSMM) is excited to announce Yoga for Survivors, a trauma sensitive yoga based support group for female identified survivors of sexual violence who have done some previous healing work and are interesting in movi

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  • Southport road closure

    Route 238 (Cape Newagen Road), between Cross Road and Sawyers Pond Road, in Southport will be closed to local traffic only Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 13 and 14, to allow for public water main installation. Alternate routes will be marked.

  • National Domestic Violence Awareness Month

    What you can do to stand against domestic violence

    In this newspaper’s continuing commitment to highlight National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, October, here are 13 ways to stand against domestic violence.

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  • Pumpkinfest 2015

    Let the painting and carving begin

    Despite rain in the forecast, pumpkin artists showed up early on Friday to begin carving and painting giant pumpkins on Main Street in Damariscotta.

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  • Warm coats for cold dogs

    With colder weather coming on, a brisk walk may be a frigid experience for your dog, especially if it is a small breed, such as a chihuahua. The Lincoln County Animal Shelter in Edgecomb may be just the answer, as it has a supply of doggie coats for sale at reasonable prices.

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  • Pemaquid Chapter DAR holds meeting

    The Sept. 8 meeting of the Pemaquid Chapter was held at the Lincoln Home library in Newcastle. Regent Louise Brown welcomed the members and together opened the meeting with the pledge of allegiance to the U.S.

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  • BRHS halftime event canceled

    Due to a lack of response and the possibility of poor weather, the halftime recognition of the 1975 Boothbay Region High School football team at tonight's football game at BRHS has been canceled. Any member of the team is still welcome to attend the game free of charge.

  • Edgecomb duo raising Alzheimer’s awareness

    It’s a walk that they don’t want anybody to forget. Edgecomb residents Kate Pinkham and Tom Boudin are participating in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s, a nationwide effort in September and October that promotes awareness for the disease, which is associated with dementia and memory loss.

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  • BRHS games rescheduled

    Boothbay Region High School Athletic Director Allan Crocker has announced that today's Homecoming field hockey and soccer games have been rescheduled due to the weather forecast. The field hockey game against Telstar will now be played on Wednesday, Oct.

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  • BRHS Homecoming 2015

    Homecoming is a high school and college tradition during the fall sports season.

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  • Photo

    Many hands make quick work

    Nine Boothbay Region Garden Club members who care for the Armillary Garden responded to an email request to help cut down, gather and carry away the stalks and leaves of the lilies that gladden everyone's hearts at that particular garden in the summer.

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  • The Alna Store up for sale

    Amy Preston, Mike Preston, The Alna Store

    Amy and Mike Preston have no regrets about buying The Alna Store in 2004. They love the town and the people, and business has been good, Amy Preston said. But the couple has been thinking about selling for a while.

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  • Boothbay woman allegedly drug-impaired in Wiscasset crash

    A Boothbay woman is facing a charge of operating under the influence of drugs in connection with a Route 1, Wiscasset crash on Oct. 8, police said. The accident led to one person’s injuries and a rerouting of traffic onto Old Bath Road Thursday afternoon.

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