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After 40 years of being an educator Nancie Atwell, left, the founder of the Center for Teaching and Learning will retire and pass the reigns on to her daughter, Anne Atwell-McLeod next month. Comment?
By J.W. Oliver The Edgecomb company Ocean Point Furniture with Margonelli Designs has purchased the Gilbert E. Gay building, one of the historic brick buildings in downtown Damariscotta. Comment?
By Dominik Lobkowicz Edgecomb residents approved a $2.37 million dollar bond for work and paving on a number of town roads as well as paving five dirt roads at town meeting on May 11. Comment?
By Dominik Lobkowicz Edgecomb residents approved a $2.37 million dollar bond for work and paving on a number of town roads as well as paving five dirt roads at the Town Meeting on May 11. Comment?
Paul Kelley, the manager of Pleasant Pond Mill LLC, has requested an extension to the comment period for the Clary Lake water level petition, saying the Maine Emergency Management Agency has long been aware of an Aug. Comment?
Lt. Michael Murphy and Transportation/Court Security Deputies Clayton Jordan and Brian Cromwell recently completed a 40 hour training course in Basic Court Security. Comment?
This vehicle was involved in a high speed chase with Wiscasset Police before it rolled over on Route 27 near Huntoon Hill Road. Comment?
Potential cuts in the proposed Sheepscot Valley Regional School Unit 12 2013-2014 budget affect positions and programs ranging from fine arts to technology to sports but still result in a 6.92 percent increased cost to towns, according to budget documents. Comment?
On April 17, Deputy Chad Gilbert responded to a report of a burglary/theft in the Nobleboro area. Comment?
As of this hour, Route 1 is down to one lane at the Eddy Road intersection in Edgecomb, following a two-car accident at that location. Comment?
By Dominik Lobkowicz A new fireworks ordinance for Edgecomb stemming from complaints last year could bring tighter restrictions on use and sales. Comment?
Citizens of Whitefield and Jefferson will have opportunities to weigh in on an April 1 request by Pleasant Pond Mill, LLC, for permission to abandon the dam at Clary Lake and sell or otherwise convey ownership to another entity. Comment?
Marjorie W. Plante, 100, passed away at her home on the afternoon of April 19, with her loving family by her side. Comment?
J.W. Oliver Seawicks Candle Company of Edgecomb plans to open a store in Damariscotta next month, according to an April 18 post on the company Facebook page. Comment?
At an informational meeting on a proposed multimillion dollar paving project for Edgecomb April 8, attendees gave positive feedback and asked about expanding the project to include paving the town's dirt roads. Comment?
By Dominik Lobkowicz At an informational meeting on a proposed multimillion dollar paving project for Edgecomb April 8, attendees gave positive feedback and asked about expanding the project to include paving the town's dirt roads. Comment?
Nobleboro citizens, by a vote of 31-6 on April 6, validated the school budget previously approved at their March 16 town meeting. Comment?
March 25, Samuel Hewson, 22, of Waldoboro, speeding, 58 mph in a posted 35 mph speed zone, Genthner Rd., Waldoboro, Dep. Comment?
The Sheepscot Valley Conservation Association is pleased to welcome local Edgecomb author, Leah Wait who will present "Wiscasset, from American Revolution to Civil War" on Wednesday, April 10 at the SVCA office, 624 Sheepscot Rd. Comment?
Somerville residents will see a new face behind the town clerk's desk, after voters elected outgoing selectman Martha Staples to that position. Comment?