Edgecomb selectmen listen to a written statement former Asst. Fire Chief Maurice Hyson, right, reads at their regular Monday meeting. From left, are Selectmen Jack Sarmanian, John Johnson, and Chairman Stuart Smith. (Greg Foster photo)
As of Dec. 16, Jane Oliver-Gravel and Gary Gravel became owners of Oliver's Print Shop in Damariscotta. Jane is the daughter of print shop founder Malcolm Oliver. (E. Elliott photo)
Kitchen stand-alone storage cabinets, and kitchen accesories, are very popular right now. In the antiques world, these items are relatively new, because the function of a kitchen changed substantially over the past century. (E. Elliott photo)
Brightly painted furniture, like these three cabinets, is becoming increasingly sought after in the antiques industry. (E. Elliott photo)
The price of this ornate Victorian bedroom set has decreased over the last decade as more modern furniture has become popular. (E. Elliott photo)
This blue painted end table is actually one side section of a dressing table. It is priced right at $25. (E. Elliott photo)
This slightly worn dresser has pretty painted daisies on the front. At $160, this is a very affordable country decor piece. (E. Elliott photo)
This veneer lamp table is the perfect candidate for a new coat of paint. It was mass-produced, so altering it will not detract from its value. (E. Elliott photo)
The headstone which marks the burials of Mark J. and West C. Sidelinger shows the signs of several attempts to repair it.
The veteran's flag at the center honors Peter Sidelinger's service during the War of 1812. The headstone on the left is that of his wife Mary. Nobleboro Grange members rake this cemetery annually.
The display table at Tirdy Works shows off a few items for the discerning customer inlcuding a game and a garland. (Nancy Wilson photo)
Mary Winchenbach shows off one of Tirdy Works most popular items, the poo poo clock. (Nancy Wilson photo)
Lauren Benner, 6, of New Harbor, had Jenny Pendleton of Coastal Cuts take 10 inches of her hair on Jan. 7. Daughter of Dexter Benner and Heather Case, Lauren is donating her long hair to Locks of Love.
A reflection of difficult times: "Nancy J. died Oct. 6, 1843, age 3 yrs., Emma A. died July 26, 1829, age 2 yrs., Mary died June 22, 1834, age 7 days. Children of Peter & Mary L. W. Sidelinger"
Even in winter, or perhaps especially so, Lincoln County boasts the finest scenery. This shot is from Sunday afternoon at Damariscotta Lake Park. (Mark Allen photo)
Morse's sauerkraut on 3856 Washington Rd. (Rt. 220) in Waldoboro. (J Maguire photo)
Former Maine state Senator and teacher Dana Dow (right) swears in to his new position as a member on the MSAD 40 School Board Tuesday, Jan. 13.
Chef assistant Aaron Crabtree (left) and Chef Richard Dusoe pose by a reuben sandwich offered at the Morse's Sauerkraut restaurant. (J Maguire photo)