• Community Resources Council recognizes volunteers

    The Boothbay Region Community Resources Council began the new year with its monthly board meeting; new board members were welcomed and all enjoyed a delicious hot and cold breakfast buffet, followed by the announcement of a new recognition program for council volun

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  • Coach Pinkham gets a standing “O”

    Porter Memorial Gymnasium was packed for several reasons Thursday night, Feb. 4: It was the last home basketball game of the season; senior appreciation night; teams fighting for playoff positions; coaches scouting; and more. Hardly a seat in the house.

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  • Boothbay town office closed

    Town manager Dan Bryer has announced that the Boothbay Town Office is closed today due to the weather.

  • Edgecomb three charged in China store theft

    State Police Thursday arrested three residents of an Edgecomb home and charged them in connection with a theft from a store in the town of China. The theft allegedly happened three days before Christmas.

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  • Stories of remarkable Mainers at The Lincoln Home

    Hank Lunn will share stories about Mainers who have made a mark in Maine and the world on Monday, Feb. 8 from 3 to 4 p.m. at The Lincoln Home. One such story tells of the invention of donuts by Captain Gregory.

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  • Have a heart: Gift a smile

    This February, Lincoln County Dental, Inc. (LCD) invites the community to “Have a Heart: Gift A Smile” by making a donation anytime throughout the month.

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  • Seahawk girls varsity basketball

    Boothbay handles Madison, 44-27

    Page Brown poured in 21 points as the Boothbay Region varsity girls basketball team finished the regular season 17-1 with a 44-27 win over the Madison Bulldogs at BRHS Thursday night, Feb. 4.

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  • Seahawk boys varsity basketball

    Boothbay loses to Madison, 63-52

    Turnovers and a tough Madison defense caused the Boothbay Region High School varsity boys basketball team to lose its seventh game of the season Thursday night, as the Bulldogs pulled out a 63-52 win at Porter Memorial Gymnasium.

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  • World Day of Prayer 2016

    World Day of Prayer is a worldwide ecumenical movement of Christian women of many traditions who come together to observe a common day of prayer each year on the first Friday in March.

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  • Liberal Cup Biathlon registration openings for new date

    Now that the Liberal Cup Biathlon at Hidden Valley Nature Center has been rescheduled for Sunday, Feb. 28, some spots have opened up due to skiers who can no longer participate.

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  • Clamshell Quilters February meetings

    Our next meeting is Monday, Feb. 8 at the Faith Baptist Church, 144 Mills Road, Newcastle. At 5:30 p.m., Rebecca Townsend will show 'n tell her scrap quilts, plus tell us a little bit about how she got into scrap quilting and where the quilts end up.

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  • Schools close, snow on its way


    Boothbay-Boothbay Harbor, Edgecomb, Southport

    Wiscasset schools

    Lincoln Academy

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  • AOS 98 budget meeting recommends 3.3 percent hike

    Voters took a little over seven minutes Feb. 3 to approve a $636,930 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Alternative Organizational Structure 98 budget. The proposed budget represents a 3.3 percent increase for operating the next fiscal year’s AOS superintendent and special services offices.

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  • The First, N.A. announces Lincoln County appointments

    Angela Powell

    Tony C. McKim, President and CEO of The First, N.A. and its parent company, The First Bancorp, has announced that Angela Powell will assume the role of branch manager of the Damariscotta office.

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  • Job Opening

    Newspaper seeks reporter

    The Boothbay Register and Wiscasset Newspaper are seeking a full-time reporter to cover Boothbay Harbor boards and school meetings, school events and news, organizations’ events and news, town events, spot news (fires, accidents) and one high school sport each season.

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