• Lincoln County Courts

    A Lincoln County grand jury indicted Matthew Plummer, 36, of Wiscasset May 15, charging him in connection with an eight-hour police standoff Dec. 14-15, 2018 at his apartment on Heritage Lane.

  • The Barters Island Baptist Church will be celebrating its 152nd anniversary this Sunday, May 19 at the 11 a.m. worship service. All are invited to come out and rejoice in all God has done over the years and what He continues to do.

  • Coping with your own or a loved one’s mental health challenges? If so, a combined support group meets on the third Tuesday of each month. The group meets at St. Columba’s Episcopal Church, Emery Lane, Boothbay Harbor. The next meeting is Tuesday, May 21, 6 to 7:30 p.m.

  • Darling Marine Center

    Dr. Damian Brady has been promoted to associate professor with tenure. He is a faculty member in the University of Maine’s School of Marine Sciences and based at the Daring Marine Center in Walpole.

  • Heading “up to camp” and putting everything back in order after a long winter, like getting your boat ready for a new season, can feel like a chore. Things that worked in the fall may not be in good shape after a seven-month lay-up.

  • This year’s Edgecomb Eddy School Yard Sale will be held Saturday, May 25 from 8 a.m. to noon.

    Those interested in having a table, the cost is $10 and the proceeds go to benefit the 6th grade Boston Trip. Whatever money you make from selling the wares on your table is yours to keep.

  • LincolnHealth Ambulatory Surgery Nurse Ericka Fairfield was recently chosen to receive the prestigious DAISY Award for providing exceptional care.

  • The Maine Bureau of Veterans’ Services (MBVS) is pleased to announce that the American Legion and Easterseals Maine will be points of contact for distribution of Veterans’ Emergency Financial Assistance (VEFA), which is the result of the passage of LD 1736 in the 128th Maine State Legislature, a

  • Chief Robert Hasch of the Boothbay Harbor Police Department has released the following information about the standoff which occurred today (May 15) at 31 Oak St.:

  • UPDATE: A standoff at 31 Oak St. came to a head around 1:15 p.m. as Boothbay Harbor officers and Lincoln County deputies safely apprehended Konstantinos Rigas, 31, of Boothbay Harbor.

  • First National Bank recently donated $2,500 to sponsor the 2019 Damariscotta Oyster Celebration.

  • Healthy Lincoln County and the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office are working together to provide local restaurants, bars, and stores with Responsible Beverage Seller/Server training this spring.

  • Thanks to a generous grant from the Chester and Muriel Dawes Foundation, the Boothbay Region Food Pantry has purchased a van to replace the use of volunteers’ vehicles in the pick-up and delivery of food donated to the pantry.

  • Energy, Technology and Utilities Committee

    A public hearing for LD 1646, “An Act To Restore Local Ownership and Control of Maine's Power Delivery Systems” drew hundreds to the Energy, Technology and Utilities Committee hearing room Tuesday. So many appeared that two listening rooms were set up for the overflow crowd.

  • Boothbay Harbor selectmen

    Selectmen welcomed newcomer Ken Fitch to the board and elected a new chair, Mike Tomko, and vice chair, Tricia Warren, May 13.