• Refuse district increases budget nearly 3 percent

    The Boothbay Region Refuse Disposal District is requesting a 2.95 percent increase in town subsidies to make up for a $30,999 budget shortfall. 

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  • The bright side of the blizzard of 2015

    People went to bed on Monday night with thoughts of doom and gloom, after listening to most news stations reporting on the blizzard that would be bearing down on the northeast section of the United States during the night, lasting through the day on Tuesday, and into Wednesday morning.

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  • Boothbay Region High School Basketball

    Seahawks soaring at 14-1

    The Boothbay Region High School Seahawks continue to roll along as the top seed in Western Maine Class C boys basketball as they picked up two more easy wins over Carrabec and Wiscasset and are now 14-1 on the season.

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  • Snow town

    Townsend Avenue and downtown Boothbay Harbor were devoid of activity at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday as Boothbay Register employee Mike Marr snowshoed down to get some photos of the snowstorm.

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  • Maine Eastern Railroad announces 2015 schedule

    The Maine Eastern Railroad has announced its 2015 seasonal excursion schedule, which is focused on day trips from Brunswick to the scenic coastal locations of Bath, Wiscasset, Newcastle-Damariscotta and Rockland.

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  • Boothbay Harbor Selectmen

    Warren resigns from Boothbay Harbor Board of Selectmen

    At a Jan. 26 Boothbay Harbor selectman's meeting, Town Manager Tom Woodin announced that he had received the resignation of longtime selectman Jay D. Warren.

    Warren, who was reelected in May 2014, said in his resignation that it was "time to move on."

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  • Weather Forecast

    Update: Lincoln County hardest hit in storm

    Update: The winter storm that made its way up the coast has arrived in Lincoln County, and will likely stick around until early Wednesday morning.

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  • Community Update

    Water quality in Damariscotta Estuary

    Twenty-five municipal officials, citizen volunteers, Damariscotta River Association (DRA) board members, and other interested citizens gathered at the DRA Jan. 8 to learn about the Damariscotta Estuary, its water quality and overall condition.

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  • CMP meeting rescheduled

    The public meeting with representatives from Central Maine Power and the Public Utilities Commission scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 27 at 6 p.m. at the Opera House at Boothbay Harbor has been rescheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 11 at 6 p.m. due to the snowstorm.

  • Boothbay Region Elementary School

    Boothbay Wildcat eighth grade girls win Busline League championship

    The Boothbay Region Elementary School eighth grade girls basketball team capped its undefeated season by winning the Busline League large school championship, 54-25, over Oceanside Blue on Monday afternoon at BRES.

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  • Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office

    Sheriffs investigating drive-by shooting in Bristol

    On Sunday, Jan. 25 at approximately 10:30 p.m. a residence located at 34 Bradley Shore Road in Bristol, was reportedly the target of a drive-by shooting. The residence was struck four times with bullets. No person was struck or injured.

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  • Souper Bowl of Caring Sunday vs. Super Bowl XLIX

    An early kick-off begins throughout the community of churches in the Boothbay Region with members and friends bringing non-perishable food and money gifts to their worship services on Super Bowl Sunday, Feb.

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  • Wiscasset Police Blotter: Officers respond to several accidents

    Wiscasset Police Dept. recorded the following in its log for Jan. 19-25, including 73 properties checked and secured, 24 paperwork services, and various other services rendered.

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  • Damariscotta Board of Selectmen

    Marijuana, nonprofits and revenue sharing discussed

    When it comes to the governor's proposed budget for the state of Maine, the town of Damariscotta has some worries.

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  • Busline League

    Boothbay eighth grade girls in championship game today

    The Boothbay Region Elementary School eighth grade girls basketball team will host the Oceanside Blue team today, Jan. 26 for the Busline League championship at 3:45 p.m.

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